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FLAMINGO FASHION

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

Founded in 1991, they take a holistic approach to sustainability; they have a number of environmental and organic textile certifications, and procure their raw materials from responsible sources – like the Better Cotton Initiative, which promotes better standards in cotton farming. They also offer positive working conditions for its 28,000 employees, with a day-care centre, skills development courses and a shop that sells a variety of items at subsidised prices. Flamingo Fashion is making ARKET knitted tops, bottoms and jumpers for men and women, as well as nightwear for babies and kids.

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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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