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The notion of the archive is one of ARKET’s central themes and runs as a common thread through the brand. It represents the long-lasting nature of our collections, an extensive library of design history and vintage samples, our ideal of transparency, as well as the inspiration for and name given to our in-store shelving system. The digital ARKET / ARCHIVE captures research, inspiration, and past projects, and forms the collective story of who we are.

Archive Selected reading


The pea coat

The pea coat is one of the oldest garments that is still worn in its traditional version. Made from coarse and heavy wool in navy blue, it has been used by sailors on the North Sea since the 1700s.



This winter, we are invited to discover the playful world of Sofia Ekvall and Mats Johansson, the creative minds behind Stockholm-based design studio and toy brand JR-Work-Shop, whose geometric illustrations are featured in the latest ARKET Artist Edition.


Vegetarian recipes

Featuring gourmet sandwiches, hearty salads and featuring gourmet sandwiches, hearty salads and flavoursome toppings, we’re introducing fresh recipes created by chef Martin Berg.

About MATERIALS § Search



Materials Each of our products is carefully made to be used and loved for a long time, with the intention to leave a lighter footprint and build style beyond seasons. We put a lot of effort into sourcing new circular materials and develop our designs from an ever-growing selection of responsible alternatives.

ARCHIVE Materials

Responsible Wool Standard (RWS)

Responsible wool guarantees animal welfare and promotes environmental care on the farms, as well as a progressive and more sustainable use of the land.

Recycled polyester

Recycled polyester is made from post-consumer PET derived from plastic bottles. Strong, durable and moisture-resistant, it holds the same properties as conventional polyester.


Recycled cashmere

Our cashmere products are made using a special blend of recycled cashmere and responsible merino wool, which has a considerably lower environmental impact compared with conventional cashmere.

Upcycled Down

Our collection of lightweight down-padded outerwear and accessories, offering superior natural warmth from reclaimed materials.


Yak is a superfine luxury fibre that is warmer and softer than merino wool and more breathable than cashmere.


A high-tech and high-performance material made from nylon waste, such as discarded fishnets and textile leftovers.


Alpaca is an airy and lightweight fibre with surprising strength and elasticity. It is especially suited to sensitive skin due to its smooth surface and lack of lanolin oil.

Tencel® Lyocell

TENCEL® is a semi-synthetic material made using sustainably sourced wood pulp. Cool and silky soft, it is used in a wide range of products from blouses to activewear and children’s clothes.

Read more about our work on sustainable materials
About SUPPLIERS § Search



Suppliers ARKET’s collections are created in dialogue between our teams in Stockholm and skilled partners around the world – a network of farmers, weaving mills, yarn specialists, knitting factories, and garment makers who we grow closer to with each new collaboration.


Artifex is a Romanian apparel manufacturer known for qualitative garments and its use of latest equipment.


Aquafil is the supplier behind ECONYL® - an innovative nylon yarn, produced entirely from recovered fishnets and other nylon waste.


Bottinelli is a small family-owned weaving mill founded in 1931 in Villa Guardia, Lombardy – an important centre for Italian silk and textile production.

Flamingo Fashion

Flamingo Fashion is part of a Dhaka-based conglomerate called DBL Group, one of the top-five apparel and textile manufacturers in Bangladesh.

Foshan Huilong

Foshan Huilong Knitting & Apparel, established in 1994, is based in the Guangdong province of southern China and manufactures circular-knit cotton jersey for ARKET.

Fujian Wanjiamei

Based in the city of Quanzhou – which lies on the coast between Guangzhou and Shanghai – the Fujian factory designs and manufactures high-quality heavy knits.


The snow-covered peaks of the southern Alps form a beautiful background to the village of Costa Masnaga, located north of Milan in the Lombardy region.


Marconi is a Chinese garment manufacturer, specialising in high-quality pieces for men and women.



Marzotto has been making fabrics in the Italian town of Valdagno for more than 180 years.


Founded in 1992, Pimkie is an apparel manufacturer and exporter based in Bangladesh, whose factory has been ranked one of the most modern in the country.



Re:Down® products are 100% natural and chemical-free – washed in hot thermal water and sterilised at high temperature.
About DESIGN § Search



Design With special attention to sustainable practices, ARKET continues to build on the Nordic tradition of functional beauty and the mission to enhance life through well-designed everyday things. The concept of everyday beauty was a major influence on the Nordic modernist movement in the mid-20th century – and one of the starting points for developing the ARKET brand.

Formulated in 1919 by Swedish art historian Gregor Paulsson, ‘Vackrare vardagsvara’ – More beautiful everyday things – became the slogan for a new democratic approach that aimed to bridge the worlds of arts, crafts, and functional form to produce affordable and widely accessible items for everyday use. In the Nordic countries, this ambition was associated with a new ideal of beauty which favoured clean lines, a neutral colour palette and solid materials inspired by nature and the northern climate. Above all, it made functionality and durability the basis for good design.

Archive Design

Nordic stories

'The Colours of KG Nilson' is the first chapter in ARKET’s Nordic Stories series, which will showcase collaborations with independent creators and cultural institutions from the Nordic region.

ARKET Active Apparel

Introducing ARKET Active Apparel, a collection of fundamental gear for mindful movement made with responsible materials.

artist editions

ARKET Artist Editions offers a new space for illustrators to explore their respective themes, and has been initiated to create a diversity of aesthetic expressions in children’s wear.


ABC is ARKET’s basic collection of carefully curated t-shirts, underwear, and socks, designed with close attention to fit, feel and durability.

Upcycled Down™

ARKET’s Upcycled Down™ program – a collection of lightweight outerwear, offering superior natural warmth from reclaimed materials.


Our travel assortment is a modular bag system of thoughtfully designed carry-on luggage, minimalist ultralight daypacks that can be folded into their own pocket.

Seamless Yoga

Designed for optimal comfort and support, our Seamless™ yoga collection flows naturally with your body. Made from recycled polyamide and knitted into breathable next-to-skin layers, each garment is made individually to minimise material waste.


Playfulness, sustainability and everyday versatility embodies our wide range of organic cotton basics combines a joyful aesthetic with full freedom of movement for children.

About FOOD § Search



Food Eating is a way to explore and experience the world around us. Our culinary traditions carry stories and memories and allow us to share them with other people. At ARKET, we are convinced that good food can help us open to new ideas and that it can bring positive, transformative change to our culture.

Archive Food

Chef Martin Berg

One of the early proponents of the New Nordic food movement, Martin has a rich background in sustainable and sensitive cooking, as the executive chef at Michelin-star restaurants and the co-founder of a traditional sourdough rye bakery and organic café in Stockholm.


ARKET café

All ARKET stores features a café offering vegeterian and vegan dishes as well as a series of delicious pastries and high quality coffee.

Vegetarian Recipes
Featuring gourmet sandwiches, hearty salads and featuring gourmet sandwiches, hearty salads and flavoursome toppings, we’re introducing fresh recipes created by chef Martin Berg.
Nordisk råvara
Per Modig is one of the organic farmers working together with Nordisk Råvara, which supplies ARKET café with naturally grown peas, lentils and quinoa.

ARKET Cookbook #1

In ARKET's first cookbook, chef Martin Berg has collected vegetarian recipes from every season of our first year. Martin

From chef to Life coach

Jessica became a vegetarian when she started at ARKET. Read about her journey from ARKET to becoming a certified life coach.

Warbro Mill

Located on a small family farm an hour and a half outside of Stockholm, Sweden, Warbro Kvarn produces organic stone-milled flour and whole grains as well as specialty malts for craft breweries and whisky distilleries

Our signature hummus
ARKET’s take on hummus uses Nordic yellow peas that serve as a sweet and robust alternative to classic chickpeas. Try the yellow pea hummus in salads, as a dip or turn it into a creamy and satisfying soup base.
About PEOPLE § Search



People Relationships are at the centre of everything we do, and we strive to cultivate a large creative community of family, friends, and people who inspire us through their spirited expressions. The ARKET People gallery collects stories of who we are and who we want to be, how we think, what we wish for, and what makes us happy in our everyday lives.

Caroline Igel

Graphic designer

Ivan Fernandez


Marie-Louise O'Rourke

Social Media Coordinator

Sofia Snöborgs

Production manager

Vera Huang

Global Merchandising Senior Manager

Johanna Ljunggren


Martin Berg
ARKET café Head Chef
Erika Wall

Ritchie Foster


Leona Whitfield
Area Manager

KG Nilson


Line Gordon


Kenjiro Kuwana

Senior knitwear specialist


Susanna Cognigni

Senior designer

Elisabet Holmström

Head of design – Children

Jessica Leroux

Former café responsible

About BALANCE § Search



Balance For many of us, sports, arts, and mindful movement in nature are a way of finding flow and accessing the present moment. Whether running, dancing, hiking, gardening, painting, or sewing, these practices can help connect the body and mind and offer a space for reconnecting with ourselves.

Archive Balance

the nordic tradition of cold-water swimming

Praised for its numerous health benefits, cold-water swimming has a long-established tradition in the Nordic countries. Typically enjoyed out in nature or open-air bathhouses specially built for that purpose, this invigorating outdoor pastime not only extends the swimming season but is regarded as a social activity.

Five minutes for yourself

Ritchie Foster describes himself as a father, and a talker who loves a good conversation. He is also curious, adventurous, and conscious about our accountability towards the environment. Inspired by his harmonious approach to well-being, we asked him about our collective responsibility to be and do better.

Being open and kind to yourself

Caroline Igel, one of our graphic designers, shares her thoughts on the benefits of sustained yoga practice and the discoveries that come from listening kindly to what your body says.

Finding peace in the city

Dedicating time to relax, unwind and find your centre is tricky when you are on a busy schedule. Swedish wellness entrepreneur Johanna Ljunggren lives in Stockholm and turns to yoga to help find her creative flow.



About KNOWLEDGE § Search



Knowledge To create collections with a longer life, we invest time in their development. It can be in the form of designing custom yarns and new materials or studying archival designs to understand their original idea. By sharing as much of this information as we can, we aim to promote an appreciation for the craft and resources that go into making a product.

Archive Knowledge

The A-line silhouette

The ‘A-line’ was originally the name of Dior’s spring 1955 collection but soon came to denote a general silhouette, resembling the capital letter A, that was adopted by several leading Paris designers.

the Button down shirt

Button-down collars became a design feature on men’s shirts at the turn of the last century, inspired by the outfits of polo players.

Baie Rose

One of the single-ingredient scent concepts for bath and body, Baie Rose, or pink pepper, is a mild and rosy fragrance with fresh herbal notes.  



Bouclé refers both to a type of knotted, irregular novelty yarn and to the fabrics made from it.




Traditionally made from coarse cotton and linen yarns, canvas fabrics were used for tents and boat sails and later became popular in workwear. 



A relative of velvet, corduroy is soft but hard-wearing and durable fabric that has been used for trousers and outerwear since the late 18th century. The fabric is known as ‘Manchester’ in many countries.

Crepe du chine

Crêpe de chine is a fine, lightweight but durable silk or silk blend with a distinctive texture and shimmer.


Fishtail parka

The iconic ‘fishtail parka’ was developed in the late 1940s as an ensemble of separate and detachable parts to provide flexible protection against changing weather conditions.

French terry

French terry is the classic sweatshirt fabric, with a smooth and flat outside and a structured inside consisting of uncut loops.


One of the single-ingredient scent concepts for bath and body, Geranium is a bright fragrance with green and moist shades; soft and rose-like with hints of citrus and mint.



Habotai (or habutai) means ‘soft as down’ in Japanese and is a lightweight and soft silk fabric originally woven for kimonos.



Indigo refers to a deep, rich shade of blue – and to the plant that produces its colour. With the invention of cheap and colourfast synthetic dyes in the late 1800s, indigo blue became synonymous with denim and workwear.


The striped sailor’s jumper was picked up by artists and fashion designers in 1920s France, and the nautical style was an important inspiration for the modernisation of womenswear.


One of the single-ingredient scent concepts for bath and body, Oakmoss has a deep and earthy fragrance, with fresh spicy tones and a hint of bark.

The overshirt

Modern overshirts are inspired by functional workwear and utility garments, including the French blue work jacket, military jackets, and artisan smocks.

Oxford fabric

Originally woven by Scottish cotton mills in the late 1800s, Oxford was one of four contemporary fabrics named after the world’s most prestigious universities.

The pea coat

The pea coat is one of the oldest garments that is still worn in its traditional version. Made from coarse and heavy wool in navy blue, it has been used by sailors on the North Sea since the 1700s.



Polka dots

Polka dot fabrics were designed as part of a massive polka trend in the mid-1800s, spreading from its peasant roots in Central Europe to urban Paris and London and later to the United States.




Poplin is the popular term for plain-weave cotton shirting. The fabrics are woven with single yarns in both warp and weft, resulting in a smooth and silky texture.



One of the single-ingredient scent concepts for bath and body, Rosemary has a mild and complex fragrance with notes of citrus, mint, pine, and lavender.

Skedblad chair

An original Carl Malmsten design, the Skedblad chair is used in all ARKET cafés since our launch in August 2017.  



Terracotta, meaning ‘baked earth’, is a mix of clay and water hardened by fire at low heat, resulting in a brittle and porous product. The typical red to ochre colour is produced when the iron in the clay reacts to oxygen during firing.



The trench coat

A true sartorial icon, the classic trench coat was a product of the latest and most modern textile innovations when it was introduced in the late 1800s. Made from a new kind of waterproof fabric, it was lighter and more flexible than traditional woollen greatcoats and more breathable than rubberised raincoats.



One of the single-ingredient scent concepts for bath and body, Vetiver is green and citrusy with woody notes.

About COMMUNITY § Search
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Community Creating something new and making claims on our shared resources comes with the responsibility to leave a meaningful contribution to our community, and to refrain from harmful practices.

From our studio, through the supply chain, to the products and communication, we are working to promote a culture of equality and diversity, with a genuine consideration of the well-being of others.

Archive Community

Women in leadership

To celebrate women’s achievements and raise awareness of the continued efforts needed to build a gender-equal future, we take cues from UN Women's theme for this year's International Women’s Day and discuss why women’s advancement in leadership matters. 


Sharing stories and learning from each other

With a passion for learning new skills and finding out unknown facts about the things we surround ourselves with, ARKET Social Media Coordinator Marie-Louise O’Rourke aims to create a broad dialogue around sustainable living.


Craft cooperation change

Launched in August 2019, our Craft Cooperation Change collection included a series of handcrafted bowls and baskets from social entrepreneurs in Rwanda and Uganda.

Merging food cultures

The Swedish split pea hummus is one of the signature components of the ARKET café menu. The hummus is produced by Sevan, a family-owned company outside Stockholm that merges Middle Eastern cuisine with Nordic flavours.




About ENVIRONMENT § Search



Environment Fashion is one of the world’s most resource-intensive industries, with a large climate footprint, but for many of us working at ARKET, it is precisely the ability to be part of the progress and make contributions towards a more circular economy that motivates us to do what we do.

Sustainability Fact Sheet

About 70 percent of a garment’s environmental footprint comes from the production phase – before it reaches the customer.

Meet our production manager
'It is a strong driving force for me personally; to be able to shape and influence change'. says ARKET's production manager Sofia Snöborgs.

Renting clothing

A selection of ARKET children’s products from current and previous collections are available for rent through our partner Circos.

Recycle with ARKET
Textiles should never be thrown away. A lot of unwanted clothes end up in landfills today even though they could still be used as a valuable resource.

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The grid is an essential element of our visual identity. It represents the notion of the archive and is used to organise and display information ranging from the names of plants to fabric weights and different types of materials used in our collections. These nine squares symbolise the separate parts that together form our world, and they are also the areas where we strive to make a difference.

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