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Women Spring graphics

The spring and summer seasons simplify the act of getting dressed. Yet with less and lighter pieces to wear, each of them plays a more significant role in the overall look of an ensemble. These months are an invitation to flaunt the layers that have been hiding under heavy outerwear for months: mid-layers turn into top layers, making prints, patterns and other graphic elements the true protagonists of a look.

 

At ARKET, we carefully consider the visual features of every piece – the drape of a fabric, the silhouette of a garment along the body, and, of course, prints and patterns. In this edit, we present our favourite graphic elements of the season. Styling them is surprisingly easy, as there are no rules. An eclectic total look or a statement piece against a minimal backdrop: the choice is yours. 

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Spring overshirts

Modern overshirts are inspired by functional workwear and utility garments, including the French blue work jacket, military jackets and artisan smocks. Minimally detailed and cut with extra room, they’re the perfect layer for the transitional season.

 

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The beauty of slow flowers

By appreciating the full cycle of a plant’s life and exploring our local environment, we can deepen our connection with nature and find beauty in everything that grows and changes, says Maria Berg, floral designer and head stylist at Rosendal’s Garden in Stockholm.

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Premium recycled cotton

By carefully preserving cotton fibres from textile waste and spinning them with certified organic cotton, Los Angeles-based Circular Systems creates the world’s most premium recycled cotton yarn.  

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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.