Norse Projects Spring 2013 ‘Denim Series’

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Denim’s ubiquity keeps innovation harder to find these days. In a world under the spell of the jean genie, fresh takes on the universal fabric slip beneath the seams. Inspired by American work-wear of the late 1870’s, Norse Project has added something new to the blue. Using limited US sourced fabric, they’ve crafted two fresh additions to their cap series.

The first is a 6 panel denim flap cap featuring an off-white felt ‘N’ logo with an adjustable denim back strap. The second is a denim bucket hat with a Norse Projects label featured on the floppy channel stitched brim.

Craftsmanship and functionality come back to denim – makes you remember why we started wearing them in the first place.

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Cory

Cory is passionate about design and creativity and how they can expand our understanding of ourselves. He has lived from San Francisco to Japan but found his way, some would say inevitably, to New York City. His writing has appeared in a wide range of publications, but is thrilled to mark his blogging debut here at Gessato.

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