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MARZOTTO

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

With scrupulous attention to quality, Marzotto and its 4,200 employees control all steps in the supply chain – from raw material selection to the production of finished fabric. Founded in 1836 by Luigi Marzotto, the company was taken over by his son Gaetano at just 21. In the decades that followed, it switched from a craft model to an industrial one – and has flourished ever since. Marzotto are a global leader, using their expertise to create high-quality, natural fabrics for ARKET men’s and women’s tailoring.

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AWAY FROM THE THROWAWAY CULTURE

Understanding the links between ecosystems and human welfare quickly leads to questions on farming, cultivation and how we manage our waster resources, says professor Line Gordon, Director of the Stockholm Resilience Center.

 

 

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THE NEED FOR A NEW NORMAL

More sustainable design shouldn’t be an indulgence, but the first and easy choice for anyone who wants to live consciously, says ARKET Head of Growth & Sustainability, Ville Klemming.

 

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GOTLAND WOOL: A RESCUED RESOURCE

Our new knitwear collection is made using undyed Gotland wool, a Swedish variety named after the island of Gotland in the Baltic Sea. The project supports small family-owned farms and saves premium-quality material from going to waste.

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