An Exclusive First Look at ARKET's Spring/Summer 2018 Collection

More understated luxury from the Swedish brand.

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Since the arrival of ARKET was first announced by parent company the H&M Group, the brand has been gaining a reputation for an understated aesthetic that covers everything from its previous collections to its store layout. For its Spring/Summer 2018 menswear collection, the Nordic label is continuing this theme, and aiming to create a series of classic pieces that stand the test of time.

For this collection, ARKET has added some more lightweight materials such as its “Parachute Cotton” or knits of cotton blended with silk or linen. Key pieces in the Spring/Summer 2018 selection include 2-in-1 technical parkas, thin nylon bomber jackets, and wide leg trousers. Elsewhere, the collection features everything from thick crew neck sweatshirts to informal suiting.

Take a look through the lookbook above, and the full collection is set to release sometime in early 2018. While you wait for it to drop, take a look at Stone Island’s collaboration with Russian store LEFORM.

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