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PEOPLE

IDEAS FOR MODERN AND MINDFUL LIVING

Relationships are at the centre of everything we do, and we strive to cultivate a large creative community of family, friends, and people who inspire us through their spirited expressions. The ARKET People gallery collects stories of who we are and who we want to be, how we think, what we wish for, and what makes us happy in our everyday lives.

About ARKET people

Ella Soccorsi

Head of Design and Creative

Charlie Porter

Fashion journalist and author

Paula Ayes

Yoga

Amanda Rodriguez

Set designer & creative director

Lina, Hanna and Sid

Family

Suzanne Koller

Stylist & Consultant

Oliver Hooson

Creative & Runner

Jeremy Torz
Union Coffee Roasters

Sofia B Olsson

Chef

Ryan Willms

Creative director & Holistic life coach

Takashi Tushima

Artist

Kendall Baisden

Track-and-field athlete

Gabrella Oidh

Floral designer

 

Evelina Kroon

Artist

Jacob Grönbech Jensen

Artist

Johanna Ljunggren

Yogi

Carina Seth Andresson

Designer and craftswoman

 

Maria Berg

Floral designer

Vera Huang

Global Merchandising Senior Manager

Lolita Astra

Model

Jo Ellison

Editor

Camila Costa

Yogi

Carlos Blanco

Model

Julia Thorell

Artist

Martin Berg
ARKET café Head Chef
Erika Wall
Model

Ritchie Foster
Model

 

Leona Whitfield
Area Manager

KG Nilson

Artist

 

Pia Wallén

Designer

Line Gordon

Scientist

Lisa Larson

Ceramist and designer

Caroline Igel

Graphic designer

Ivan Fernandez

Architect

Marie-Louise O'Rourke

Social Media Coordinator

Sofia Snöborgs

Production manager

Christina Moreland
Artist

Nina Chakrabarti
Artist

Jana Glatt
Artist
Eva Stalinski
Artist

Kenjiro Kuwana

Senior knitwear specialist

 

Susanna Cognigni

Senior designer

Elisabet Holmström

Head of design – Children

Jessica Leroux

Former café responsible

Tag posts with #arket to be featured in our ARKET people stories on @arketofficial

 

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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.