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"Norse Projects started out as one of Scandinavia's best streetwear shops in Copenhagens hip Nörreport area in 2004 & the brand has since evolved from offering 5-panel caps & printed tees into a full clothing line that consists of menswear classics with a focus on great quality fabrics & fits. The name Norse Projects is derived from the ancient english adjective Norse, relating to all things Scandinavian during the viking-era."
(Elka Slicker. Blue or Yellow. Sizes S-XL. $278)
(Visby Indigo Sweat. Sizes S-XL. $188)
(Villads Washed Khaki Drill Work Shirt. Sizes S-XL. $178)
“Universal Works” - It's about good honest menswear, it's about quality garments with a great fit. There is no great vision or message, no target markets, just garments for everyone, clothing to look stylish in because you the wearer makes it so, clothing you want to wear, clothing you will look good in.
After many years of working in the “fashion” industry we wanted to make something we were proud of, not over-designed, but well cut and craftsman-made, not mass-produced.
From a background of great British working clothes and outdoor clothes, we use honest, natural fabrics and yarns, often using up dead stock fabrics that would otherwise be wasted.
We work with highly skilled people in small factories who we have known for a long time and know what they are doing. They all make great quality garments, which is never the cheapest way to make stuff but we think it's the best way."
(Button-fly Sweatpant. Available in Navy, Grey and Red. Sizes S-XL. $188)
(Wool Knit "Davy" Cardigan w/Metal Buttons and Rolled Edge. Cranberry. Sizes S-XL. $168)