Clean, functional and timeless, Armoire D’Homme‘s collections are steeped in Scandinavian design and classic wardrobe staples, the kind of wearable pieces that the Danish menswear scene has been churning out as of late. The Copenhagen-based label was established last summer and its designer, Kjetil Aas, boasts an impressive pedigree — his resume includes stints at both Won Hundred and as Design Manager at Norse Projects. For Fall/Winter 2013, Armoire D’Homme’s “Version One” is, according to Aas, “first attempt in the search for the ultimate men’s wardrobe,” a range created out of necessity, favorites and memories. Using a restrained color palette, this season features lightweight jackets, knits, shirting and suits in traditional menswear fabrics like oxford cloth and lambswool — a collection of familiar pieces reinterpreted for modern times. Or, as Aas puts it, “something you’ll want to keep.” For more information, be sure to visit Armoire D’Homme’s website here.
Armoire d´homme made their collection debut last week in Copenhagen at CIFF Crystal Hall. The Danish menswear collection remains true to clean Scandinavian men’s fashion by presenting looks that are more than wearable by all. Their white pop-over shirt, knits, and basic grey hoodie elevate the basics with color and fit.