The Scandinavian imprint Norse Projects, and Parisien label A.P.C., reimagine timeless essentials in their latest 2017 Fall/Winter Collections. They’re reliable bastions for those seeking a style that is more restrained and practical. Through each season, we see the labels improve on their offerings, choosing to produce quality clothes with a focus on wearability rather than trends.
Our essentials edit covers a range of discreet palettes and fabrics that showcase the brands’ penchant for elevating muted basics. Various earth-tones hues and monochromatic shades are set amidst each other to reflect a look that is unassumingly casual, but is always polished.
Norse Projects cites structure and form as influences for the collection. Fabrics such as piques and lambs-wool are used to emphasize comfort, whereas jacquard and ripstop wovens deliver durability for its outwear pieces. A.P.C. on the other-hand refines its low-key closet staples, taking to various knitted-sweaters, chambray button-downs and cult-status denim.