noma, the Copenhagen, Denmark-based restaurant currently ranked number two in the world by The World’s 50 Best Restaurants, has seen its employees’ uniforms given a stylish revamp by Norse Projects and Dr. Martens.
Fellow Copenhagen-based label Norse Projects designed pared-down, almost nondescript sets of clothing for the women’s front of house team, while Dr. Martens took care of the footwear.
The shoes feature a leather upper that sit atop Dr. Martens’ customary Airwair sole. They come in two styles, one with a buckle fastening system across the forefoot, and the other with laces. Both are low-top and feature an exaggerated pull tab at the heel. Dr. Martens keeps things simple with a triple black, timeless design.
Both the footwear and the clothing is produced in limited quantities exclusively for noma. Check it out above and head here for more information.
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