It was clear from the first glimpses of Norse Projects’ FW16 collection that things were going to get cozy. Across a spread, delicately structured menswear, heavy weatherproof jackets and surprisingly bright knits were the name of the game. That same richness of feeling is turned up a notch in the just-released looks for the full women's collection for FW16.

The deep blues that marked the color palette of the season’s menswear offerings are present here too, but the womenswear pieces are significantly more understated in tone, with a deep burgundy providing the only injection of color outside the sea of cream and grey.

Silhouettes are all oversized in length but sharp, with many of the shirt and jacket hemlines falling around the level of the knee. Particular standouts include the navy pinstripe deconstruction of the three-piece suit (imagined here with a belted, round-collared top and complimentary pea coat) and the Merlot-colored plush pants.

Stay tuned for Norse Projects full women's FW16 collection to appear on its online store.

Be sure to check out the first half of the collection.

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