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NORSE PROJECTS BIRNIR WOOLEN FAIR ISLE KNIT

November 8th, 2013

For those colder days Norse Projects have delivered a classic knit to keep you warm with the Woolen Birnir Knit. Available in a tonal navy, this Fair Isle woven knit features various yarns, giving the knit additional textures that accent the intricate pattern. These medium guage knits are spun from 100% wool before been finished with dark navy accenting ribbed hems. The Woolen Fair Isle Birnir Knit is now available in store and online alongside the rest of this season’s Norse Projects.

OUTFIT OF THE WEEK 28/10/2013

October 28th, 2013

It’s Monday, and that means only one thing, Mr. Mannequin is back in action for another outfit of the week. After sifting through our latest selections, Mr. Mannequin’s come to us with a combination of Monitaly’s Wool Stripe Cardigan in Grey, and Bleu De Paname’s Bureau Chemise Shirt in Blue Chine for the upper half of his outfit. Continuing on, this week Mr. Mannequin’s got some new pants from Norse Projects with their Woolen Lucas Pants in Charcoal Melange pairing these off with Converse’s Chuck Taylor 1970 Ox ‘Boro’. Has he outdone himself this week, continue reading after the jump for all of the finer details of his weekly choices and find out for yourself.

NORSE PROJECTS IVAN LIGHT DOWN VEST

October 25th, 2013

Stepping away from their shirting, this latest delivery from Norse Projects comes to us in the form of their Ivan Light Down Vest. Available in Andorra, the Ivan Vest is a lightweight down vest that features horizontal quilting and two concealed zip pockets. Each vest has down packed into individual bags to prevent feather escape, which also makes it easily packable and lightweight to carry. Perfect for use as an outer layer in cold weather or as a layering piece on even colder days, the Ivan Light Down Vest is available in store and online now alongside the rest of this season’s Norse Projects.

NORSE PROJECTS BLEACHED DENIM ANTON SHIRT

October 24th, 2013

Norse Projects have delivered the latest rendition of their Anton Button Down with this Bleached Denim number hitting our shelves. The Bleached Denim Anton Shirt comes to us in an 11oz weighted denim with heavy duty double stitching throughout. Each shirt has been run through a specialized bleach and rinse to give us the finished white with remnants and hues of indigo remaining.  Add a front patch pocket, accenting black buttons, and signature woven emblem and you’ve got another of Norse Projects’ classic shirting selections. Available in store and online now, head on over after the jump for a detailed look at this latest addition to the range.

OUTFIT OF THE WEEK 21/10/2013 SHOT BY MITCH CLARK

October 21st, 2013

For something a little different this week, we had photographer and footballer Mitch Clark stop by to shoot Mr. Mannequin for this week’s outfit of the week. Eager to lace up our collaborative Delicate Run Mantas that will be releasing this Friday the 25th of October, both of Mr. Mannequin’s outfits have been put together based around the handmade French sneakers. Matching up the premium nappa leathers and suedes in his first outfit with a combination of Hancock’s Article No. 8 in Blue/Siphonia, Sunny Sports’ Fisherman Jacket in Black, Superior Labor’s Check B.D. Shirt in Navy, Noir’s Classic Jean001 in Indigo, and Up There’s collaborative Fair Isle Chup in Aqua.

Moving over the Mr. Mannequin’s second outfit, he’s combined his Delicate Run Mantas with Hancock’s Article No. 11 in Indigo/Sweetpea, Deluxe’s Bitter Sweet Cardigan in Navy, Up There’s Oxford in Sax, Norse Projects’ Torsten Scarf in Navy, Noir’s Jean001 in Indigo, and collaborative Chup x Up There Fair Isle socks in Sky Blue. For a closer look at this week’s outfits, continue over after the jump, and for a closer look at this Friday’s upcoming release here. For more of Mitch Clark’s photography head on over here for a detailed look at his digital and film folio.

NORSE PROJECTS ANTON STOP STRIPE SHIRTS

October 21st, 2013

Norse Project’s range of button down shirting has continued to hit the shelves, with their signature Anton Shirt getting a refreshed makeover for the season with a mix of Oxford and Striped panels. Available in Gunmetal Grey and Old White, the Anton Stop Stripe Shirts feature a mixture of traditional oxford and specially engineered yarn dyed striped paneling. Adding a single front patch pocket with button down flap, with white pearlescent buttons to the mix, leaves the accenting striped panels to do the rest of the talking. Available in store and online now, continue reading after the jump for all of the finer details of each shirt or hit the online store for the full range of Norse Projects.

NORSE PROJECTS BENNO JACQUARD WOVEN FAIR ISLE SHIRT

October 17th, 2013

From a far, this season’s Benno Shirt may seem like a regular navy shirt, but on closer inspection, features an intricately woven tonal Jacquard Fair Isle throughout the shirt. Norse Projects have gone the extra mile this season, weaving the pattern into the body of the fabric to create this dark navy tonal patterned shirt. This 100% cotton shirt features twin chest pockets and white pearlescent accenting buttons to finish it all off. Available in store and online now, head on over after the jump for all of the finer details of this season’s Benno Shirt.

NORSE PROJECTS AROS HEAVY CHINOS

October 17th, 2013

This season’s range from Norse Projects continues to roll onto our shelves and into the online store, with the Copenhagen based brand delivering a variety of colours of their ever-popular Aros Heavy Chinos. Available in Cacao, Gunmetal Grey, Mink, Navy, and Olive Drab, each pair of Chinos take on a classic tapered fit, featuring an Italian broken twill cotton fabric with a heavy handfeel. Adding to the mix, two slanted side entry pockets with front coin pocket, two back welt pockets with button closure, tacked cuff, and the finishing touch of an accenting piped seam ready for cuffing. Available in store and online now, head on over after the jump for a look at this season’s selection of colours or hit the online store for a full selection of this season’s Norse Projects

NORSE PROJECTS NUNK JACKET

October 16th, 2013

Norse Projects have brought their signature Nunk Jacket back for another season. Available in Dark Navy, this season’s rendition of the Nunk Jacket features an insulated two pocket silhouette with a British Millerain heavyweight waxed cotton outer shell, mélange wool lining. Throw accenting natural cotton string pullers with leather adjusters along with a thin layer of Primaloft wadding for added warmth and insulation in between layers, and you’ve got the perfect jacket to keep you warm on unsuspectingly cold days like today. Continue reading over the jump for a closer look at all of the Nunk’s finer details, or hit the online store for a look at the full range of this season’s Norse Projects.

OUTFIT OF THE WEEK 14/10/2013

October 14th, 2013

Unlike most, Mr. Mannequin lives for Monday’s, sifting through our selections to create his weekly outfit combinations to get him through the week. Kicking it all off today, Mr. Mannequin has combined Monsieur Lacenaire’s Germain Cardigan in Grey with Norse Projects’ Benno Fair Isle Jaquard Shirt in Navy. Heading on down to the lower half of his outfit, Mr. Mannequin’s chosen a pair of Norse Project’s Aros Heavy Chino in Olive Drab pairing them off with Yuketen’s Vibram soled Western Chukka in Indigo. Completing the outfit with one final piece this week, Mr. Mannequin’s packed all of his daily carry into Tailfeather’s latest creation, the Kestrel 15” Briefcase in Black. Has he outdone himself this week, hit the jump and find out for yourself.

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