Added To Bag

View bag

This product is sold only in limited numbers per customer. You cannot add more items to your shopping bag.

women The occasion of summer

Ahead of an eventful summer season, we revisit the codes of our own etiquette: easy day-to-night pieces defined by the relaxed and personal character of the modern wardrobe. From intricate details to unexpected proportions, browse and find the expression you wish to bring to the celebratory picks in your rotation.

01 An intricate detail

The gentle temperatures of summertime give way to unexpected details, like the intricate back of a garment. The possibility of revealing more skin allows for refined constructions that make use of strappy elements to form dress silhouettes ¬– from wide and flowy shapes to elongated lines that follow the natural figure of the body.

02 An unexpected proportion

The structured shape of a blazer creates an interesting contrast against the breezy, lengthened silhouettes of summer dresses and skirts. This proves the status of the blazer as a year-round staple, whether it’s as a dressed-up outerwear piece or as a trusty office-to-dinner layer. A classic colour and a gently oversized cut will offer the most wearability.

03 A graphic print

When it comes to adding a graphic touch to the seasonal rotation, this summer we suggest a dramatic polka dot. Separately, each piece of this set pairs well with just about any other garment – from neutral staples to bolder pieces for a playful mix. As a set, the effect is a statement look that dazzles in any setting.

04 A memorable colour

A monochrome look in a bold colour causes a memorable impression. This summer, pink continues to be a favourite in our palette that can elevate laid-back basics like tank tops and satin skirts. These pieces light up your seasonal rotation whether you style them as a full look or as bright additions against a muted palette.

Essential products for men, women, children and the home § Search
Summer market

archive Selected reading

explore ARKET


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.