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GERANIUM

Knowledge 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.

The rose geranium is a flowering shrub with velvety leaves, native to South Africa, and belongs to the species of geraniums and pelargoniums. It is a popular houseplant in gardens and on balconies in the eastern Mediterranean region, and in flowerpots in northern climates. It is the leaves and stems that are used for their aromatic properties, not the white and pink flowers. The scent is bright, green and moist; soft and rose-like with hints of citrus and mint. Rose geranium is an important ingredient in herbal and floral fragrances and has been used in perfumery since the early 19th century, primarily as a substitute for real rose.

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GROWING A HEALTHY CULTURE

Swedish chef Sofia B Olsson is recognised as one of the most progressive voices on the food scene, revolutionising both workplace culture and the notion of what it means to source locally.

 

 

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ARKET TRITONE™ TRAINER

Inspired by a British deadstock utility design from the 1990s, our Tritone™ Trainer features a lightweight upper made from recycled polyester mesh and chrome-free tanned suede, atop the Vibram® RollinGait sole system.

 

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WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP

Meet three of our many female leaders at ARKET as they talk about representation, everyday role models and making a positive business case for women in positions of power.

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