Norse Store styles its men's and women's offerings for their SS19 editorial
Norse Store regularly takes style inspiration from its surroundings, whether its nature or man-made architecture. Their latest men’s and women’s Spring/Summer 2019 editorials continues this tradition as they display their wide range of offerings from around the world in their latest editorial.
The men’s editorial is heavily characterized by Japanese staples including visvim, Junya Watanabe Man, and Engineered Garments. With a backdrop of Refshaleøen, a diverse hub for design, technology, cuisine and culture, Norse Store combines comfortable, utilitarian styles like the elasticated waistband Engineered Garments Emerson Pants with the highly technical yet lightweight Veilance Isogon Jacket. Meanwhile, the women’s styling is surrounded by texture and technical mastery of the Bornebusch villa designed by the famous Danish architect Gehrdt Bornebusch. Incorporating clean themes from European brands such as A.P.C., Studio Nicholson, and their own Norse Projects Women label, they pair earth-toned colors palettes from Barena Venezia Vaghezza Coat with the elegant Sofie D’Hoore Peak Pants.
See the full set of looks and styles below and shop the pieces at Norse Store.