With the winter months drawing in, it’s refreshing to have something in your wardrobe with a bit of colour and pattern to it and the latest offerings from Norse Projects and Rockwell can certainly liven up a drab day. We thought it a good time to put some looks together to show that winter isn’t all about grey and navy, you can still keep warm and inject a little variety into your outfit.
First up we have the Willum Down Jacket in Ember from Norse Projects. Filled with high quality goose down, this long bodied coat with adjustable hood is ideal at offering protection against the elements. The colourful exterior comes in a vivid red colourway and the Willum is fastened with a YKK zip and popper sealed storm flap. The front contains two pockets, which have dual functionality, and there is a further zipped pocket inside.
Also from Norse Projects we have the ever popular Benno Block shirt. This version comes in two colourways, black (as shown here) and Shitake. Based around the same design, both Bennos are made from thick brushed cotton and have a workwear feel to them with their two box pleated chest pockets. It is the heavy material used in construction combined with the bold block look that makes this shirt a real winter winner.
Hats, gloves and scarves also make great gift ideas and don’t forget that we are offering FREE standard UK shipping on all orders, no matter how much you spend. So if you see something you like, you won’t pay a penny extra to get it delivered.
The new Norse Projects collection carries on their unique take on streetwear and features a range of wardrobe staples such as the classic Anton Oxford shirt, iconic Niels tee and seminal Ketel sweat. However, it is the knitwear that they have really gone to town with for this season. These are products crafted using luxurious materials, such as extra fine merino wool, that are designed to take on the perils of the winter weather.
Last season was our first taste of Soulland and we loved their interesting take on classic pieces of menswear. For AW13, Soulland have taken inspiration from mid-twentieth century Japanese baseball. They studied the traditions and cultural significance of the game and the strong imagery they discovered perfectly compliments Soulland’s approach to clothing. We particularly like their range of Oxford shirts, each with bold prints and embroidered lettering.
Head on over to the online store to check out the full Norse Projects and Soulland collections as well as the rest of out latest stock.
The new Norse Projects collection has arrived in store. This drop has been eagerly awaited by many and it doesn’t disappoint. With a selection of old favourites mixed with some new items, the functional style of the Danish label shines through. We met up with our friends over at bythelevel.com to shoot some pieces in the sunny streets of Brighton.
On show here we have the classic Anton Oxford shirt in white which is simple bit of shirting that has been executed perfectly by the guys from Copenhagen. The usual details associated with Oxford shirts are present such as the button down collar and chest pocket, just with a laid back edge that Norse Projects have become synonymous with.
The selection of 5 panels that Norse Projects release every season have got a bit of an update for autumn/winter. Coming covered in wool, these will definitely keep you warm in the colder weather. Still present are the vent holes on the side, adjustable back strap and flat brim.
The Niels tee is another iconic bit of clothing from Norse. The material is always high quality, the colourways bright and vivid and the fit, in our opinion, is close to perfection. The Ketel sweat in grey melange is a garment that is designed to relax in. The Norse logo across the chest is raised and textured which when paired with the raglan sleeves and V stitching on the neck gives the Ketel a slight sportswear edge.
To check the rest of the Norse Projects collection, head on over to the online store.
Many thanks to bythelevel.com as well for the photographs, check their website for fashion photography from the streets of Brighton.
If we had a pound for every time a customer asked us when we were getting our Autumn/Winter range from Norse Projects, we might not be able to retire but we’d certainly have a very good night in the pub.
Well it’s here and what better way to highlight it’s arrival than getting into some of the gear, stepping out onto the streets of Brighton and showing you just how good it looks.
From the five-panels in an array of colours and prints, heavy weight cords, classic chinos, logo sweats and tees through to the classic Elka Jacket and Peacoat, we really have outdone ourselves with this years goodies…even if we do say so ourselves!
To avoid any disappointment get on-line or pop into store and we’ll get you kitted out.
The recent sun has been replaced by rain over the last week and we have quite enjoyed it. After all, we love England and its seasons, though it has felt a little like Manchester with all the dampness. Silver linings though, it has given us a chance to bust out our raincoats. If you are ill prepared for this weather, check out the selection we have put together for you below: a nifty mix of technical waterproofs, heritage shapes and a rainbow array of colours.