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homeware ARKET and CARINA SETH ANDERSSON

Design  This season sees a reintroduction of our collaboration with Swedish designer and craftswoman Carina Seth Andersson, featuring a series of beautifully balanced everyday ceramic pieces for the modern kitchen and home, as well as a unique wool blanket made in collaboration with Klippan Yllefabrik.

Pitcher (2022)
Coffee cup (2022)

'The story behind the wool blankets connects to ARKET in a bit of an unexpected way. I often wear these loose-fit shirts. But since I’m not really a fan of collars, I simply cut them off.' Andersson says. 'One day, I found one of these cut-off collars laying around in my studio. I had tied it into a knot, and there it was – my inspiration. The pattern is really an enlarged image of a knotted collar.'

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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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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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