Having shown you the 5 panel caps for this season from Norse Projects last week, we now take a closer look at some of the clothing that has recently hit stores.
It’s nice to see Norse Projects continuing a strong line of print-free, high quality t-shirts like they do best and this Spring/Summer is no exception. With a whole heap of different fine-stripe tees and pocket tees, there’s plenty to choose from and material is incredible as always. We see the Villads shirt taking a strong position in this collection with a dope prison stripe version, which is no surprise as it’s one of Norse’s finest shirt blocks. Also, we see the debut of the Norse Safari shirt in a selection of colours, looking very similar to the Villads but using a much thiner cotton that will work wonders in the Summer heat. Personally, I’m not to keen on the thin shirts, but that’s more a reflection on my personal taste than the collection.
An absolute highlight in the collection has to be the return of the Elka collaborative raincoat once again, this time seeing a 2-colour variation for the first time. Both colourways are incredible and look killer on, with the rubber really allowing the colours to pop. The all new Mikkel trouser sees a debut in this collection as well, looking rather peculiar in product shots, but it really held it’s own in the lookbook.
All these products are available now in-store and online from Goodhood.