Smart Buy - Norse Projects romain shirt

The upside of a company that focuses on the basics is that they can fix any hiccups. And that's just what Norse Projects have done with their 'Romain' shirt (End, £99), an update of a shirt they made a season earlier. The shirt they made before hit on all marks, getting everything from the sizing to the shade of green - a very Miles Davis on the cover of Milestones shade of green - exactly right. There was just one problem, the collar was a tad too small. And, being detail fanatics that we are, that made all the difference. Now Norse has rectified the matter by releasing this shirt in a similar shade with one difference, an enlarged collar. Unfortunately, it won't be enough to make you look as cool as Miles Davis did on that cover.

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