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men Signs of spring 

Certain changes in the everyday wardrobe mark the arrival of spring. In this edit we’ve gathered pieces from our new collection that reflect this seasonal shift: the return of iconic outerwear, the arrival of lighter layers, and the ease of relaxed fits.

Cotton knits are especially relevant in spring. Ideal to keep at hand in case of a sudden weather change, their easy character and lighter feel pair perfectly with other tops like T-shirts, shirts or overshirts.

For spring, tailoring is refreshed with a relaxed ease, blending the worlds of smart and casual. A tonal match of base layer, as pictured above, gives a relaxed feel to an otherwise dressed-up option. 

Crisp jeans or classic chinos are year-round staples. If you’re considering renewal, our collection is refreshed for spring. This season we revisit classic cuts and denim washes, like this faded black pair of jeans.

Spring invites to let go of bulky, heavier coats in favour of lighter pieces like a classic car coat or a short wool jacket. This shift of top layers brings a much-awaited refresh to the everyday silhouette.

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Skedblad chair

Designed in 1933 by Swedish architect and furniture designer Carl Malmsten, and named after the bowl of a spoon, the Skedblad chair is used to furnish all ARKET cafés.

Take care of your products

Longevity is at the core of our brand. If our clothes are used beyond their first wearer, we have done something right. Designing for circularity starts at the drawing table – and extends to guiding customers on how to take care of our products.

Roasted aubergines and heritage tomatoes

This vegan dish is easy to prepare and delicious on its own as well as served as a side with other summery flavours.

Scent families

The International Perfume Museum outside Grasse is an open-air conservatory for fragrant plants and flowers connected to the area’s century-long history of perfumery. Its gardens are planted according to traditional scent families, with florals, herbs, woods and others grouped together.