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Danish mainstay Norse Projects introduces its inaugural womenswear collection for Fall/Winter 2015. Exploring the space between the world of art and function, a modernist aesthetic influences the androgynous collection which was inspired by the works of artist Paul Klee. The perfect accompaniment to the labels revered menswear line, its female counterpart sticks to clean lines, rich textures, and classic silhouettes including reworked military and workwear pieces. A typically Norse Projects color palette of muted neutrals, pierced with bright accents highlights the range. Keeping things local, the lookbook was shot in the workshop of famed Scandinavian furniture design house Fritz Hansen.

Norse Projects Womenswear launches later in the year, coming into the Fall/Winter 2015 season.

Words by Marta Sundac
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