Norse Projects unveiled their first womenswear collection earlier this month at the Parisian concept store, Centre Commercial, during the city’s fashion week. The Danish brand known for their distinctly clean and simple look, grounded in functional, modernist aesthetics, used rich materials cut into classic silhouettes in a series of wearable staples. Subtly androgynous, the pieces don’t shout gender, instead choosing to reference workwear and military garments, reworking them in muted hues, occasionally punctuated by brighter pastel shades.
The collection debuted at Centre Commercial, the concept retail space in Paris’s 10th arrondissement, known for stocking brands which meet its rigorous standards of production transparency and fairness. As such, Norse Projects was the perfect accompaniment to Patagonia, Bleu de Paname, Veja, A Kind of Guise and Common Projects already stocked at the Parisian store.
View the impromptu street style shots of the opening party above, or take a closer look at Norse Project’s collection here.
- Photography: Yannick Roudier