The Fall-Winter 2014-2015 season's collection by Cathrine Hammel appears to be knitted, clean and monochrome. The winter season was inspired by early 20th century art and architecture. The following lookbook includes awesome, high quality knits, featuring merino wool classics, as well as ribbed knits with soft touches. I personally find it functional and relaxed. I think these layered pieces are extremely versatile, as you can try them on at work and lounging at home. Love the fluffy, pajama-inspired suits, alpaca wool coats, loose, shortened pants, short skirts, voluminous tops and capes. The color palette comes with grey, brown, French blue, camel, khaki, tobacco, black and other deep autumn shades and colors. Cathrine Hammels managed to combine her signature touch of Nordic freshness with French tomboy femininity.
Here we see a wrap shortened cardigan worn atop the same color top styled with wool pants.
This dusted pale-blue ensemble is a perfect piece for working hours. Style it with your favorite boots.
That's a cozy dark-blue cardi-cape teamed with a light, white dress.
How about this kind of wrap-coat, paired with turtleneck dress and black thigh-high boots.
Rouge noir pointy collar shirt looks terrific with crepe jersey pants.
This burgundy coat reminds me of a nice retro outerwear.
Another perfect piece for sophisticated and complicated days at work.
That's a versatile above the knee V-neck, belted dress, which look the same elegant with long boots or heels.
Here we see a khaki colored skirt suit, which is ideal for office work days.
There is kind of cocoon touch in this grey sweatshirt worn over the same color dress.
Photographer: Siren Lauvdal / Palookaville.no
Make-up and Styling: Pauline Nearholm / paulinenaerholm.com
Hair: Lene Skaug
Models: Mathilde K. / Team, Marlies S. / Mikas