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As we eagerly await the in-store arrival of Norse Projects’ debut womenswear line, time to look ahead to Spring/Summer 2016 as the brand unveils its second selection of lady-focused garments. While Fall 2015 turned towards artist Paul Klee for print and palette inspiration, next year’s selection looks to Korean painter and sculptor, Lee Ufan, “known for his juxtaposition of simple matter and raw pigments.” Sticking to the brand’s minimalist ethos, greys, whites and blues dominate a more feminine showing, shades reflected in the choice of lookbook location; beautiful Bellevue beach in Northern Sealand. Textures reference Ufan’s signature style, with soft and rough fabrics played against one another across seersucker shirt dresses, silk all-in-ones, tactile knits, rain parkas, relaxed culottes and boxy tunic tops. A confident second outing from the Norse Projects womenswear team.

Words by Lena Dystant
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