Norse Projects Takes Its Fall/Winter 2014 Lookbook Way Up in the Mountains

Norse Projects shoots its Fall/Winter 2014 lookbook in the most appropriate place ever.

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Norse Projects' ethos has always been about functional quality influenced by Scandinavian weather and surroundings. While there is a slight infusion of streetwear and progressive style in each garment, the main focus is on performing well in cold temperatures and shitty weather. And just to prove it, the brand's fall/winter 2014 lookbook was shot way up in the mountains in the inclement weather of the high altitudes.

As we previewed in July, the new collection includes everything you could possibly want and need for the colder weather. Puffy nylon down vests, knitted sweaters, and even PVC raincoats made in collaboration with Danish rainwear manufacturer Elka Regntøj are all included. Of course, there are also a few basics, like T-shirts and crewneck sweaters, which are perfect for layering. 

Summer won't last forever. Head to Norse Projects' webshop now to make a few purchases—and prepare yourself for the drop in the temperature. 












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