Established in Copenhagen in 2004, the Norse brand has gained worldwide recognition for its focus on high quality menswear that marries performance and functionality. Noted for their minimal approach to men’s apparel, Norse Projects is one of the most respected Danish brands out there.
Norse products are practical, carefully considered and largely influenced by the Scandinavian landscape. From the iconic classic Elka jacket inspired by the colourful stone houses of Copenhagen to Elk leather gloves sourced from Swedish and Finnish forests.
Whether they’re collaborating with established designers such as Hestra and Goodhood or killing it with staple accessories, Norse are the pinnacle of cool.
Other wise known as Mr Palermo (no not that singer that sounds a bit like a man) but American socialite, Olivia Palermo’s better half Johannes Huebl is definitely one to watch when it comes to men’s fashion. He is a face you may have seen on best dressed lists but may have not know his name, to be fair it does bring up a bit of phlegm to pronounce.
Probably one of the most overlooked accompaniments to a man’s wardrobe I believe it is imperative to invest in a shoe tree. Let me paint the scene; you have splashed the cash on a brand new pair of shoes and within in a couple of months they are looking tatty and worn out. Whether it be a £50 pair from the high street or handmade from Northampton there should never be a reason to overlook the after care.
I was caught up in the recent Black Friday madness drawn to the shiny promotions on offer like a moth to the flame. Today was the first outing of my new trousers although quite spring summer with their colour palette I thought they were still worth a try.
Style Tip: Keep the polo shirt buttoned up to smarten up the outfit
It seems that the male public have an inherent fear of the roll neck, which I believe can be traced back to the fashion nightmare of the 1970’s! Oh and by roll neck I mean the polo neck, or the turtleneck…whatever you want to call it.
Everyone needs a little help when combating the first signs of ageing. I’m by no means a Gordon Ramsey lookalike but sometimes it’s better to be safe than sorry. I’ve tried a lot of different moisturisers over the past few years and I always look to reviews to give me some insight into the product and whether I feel it is the right fit for me.