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SUPPLIERS

THE PEOPLE WHO MAKE OUR PRODUCTS

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.

ARCHIVE Suppliers

Artifex

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

Aquafil

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

Bottinelli

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.

Limonta

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

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

 

Marzotto

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

Pimkie

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

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