We asked Norse Projects head of sales, Mikkel Krath, to pick some favourite items from the store. Check out what he picked and why below.
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Taking a traditional jacket and making it contemporary is not easy and this is a great example of how it's done. Classic style but in a sporty, functional nylon.
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The quality and look of Moscot is impeccable. You feel the handcrafted aspect of the product which is what I like when buying accessories.
For the hot summer daze, a straw hat is a must and this one from Junya Watanabe is just perfect.
The Wallabee is one of my all-time favorite casual shoes; you can wear it with everything. I think the Goodhood collab was really on point as well... taking something that classic and making it relevant in a new way is a hard one to pull through.
I have a soft spot for white pants and wear them all year round. These ones from Levi's Vintage Clothing are great; quality never goes out of style.
The soft hand feel on the Bjarki Slub socks is incredible. I also appreciate the nordic stripe reference, good for all seasons.
Arne Jacobsen has always been my favourite Danish architect. I love his aesthetics more than any of the other mid-century Danish architects.
I love the fact that the Comme des Garçons parfums are all unisex and this one is probably the only one that I have at home that my girlfriend and I can both wear.
Cotton linen mixed shirts are great for summer and the slight mix of patterns makes it interesting but still very wearable.
When it comes to basic jersey styles, no one does a better job than Champion. I've been wearing this brand for as long as I can remember and will probably continue doing so until the bitter end.
Bags need to be functional. This one is packable too which makes it an obvious winner.