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women ARKET and JACOB GRÖNBECH JENSEN

Jacob Grönbech Jensen (b. 1984) is a visual artist and designer based in Copenhagen. His work lives in the intersection of art and graphic design, influenced by the worlds of music, storytelling and imagery. A collaboration of pieces for women and men, the ARKET and JACOB GRÖNBECH JENSEN collection features a series of lyrical yet playful drawings and patterns by the artist, reminiscent of flowers, plants and expressive sculptural forms. 

People The art of letting go

Jacob Grönbech Jensen (b. 1984) is a visual artist and designer based in Copenhagen. His work lives in the intersection of art and graphic design, influenced by the worlds of music, storytelling and imagery.

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Meet Jo Ellison

We invited the celebrated Editor of the Financial Times’ HTSI magazine to guest edit our A/W 2022 collection and take us on a personal journey through modern office clothing. Read more for a wisdom-filled account of the contemporary codes of business attire.

 

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Recycled cashmere

As autumn comes, it’s time to turn to classic knits. Blended with RWS-certified merino wool for durability and strength, our recycled cashmere gives the luxurious feel and natural warmth of conventional cashmere, but with a lighter footprint on the planet.

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BREAD IN HAND

Together with ARKET’s new bread supplier – BAK, we are on a mission to showcase that the use of organic heritage crops and manual techniques not only makes sense from a sustainability perspective, but also because the final product simply tastes and feels better.

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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.