ARKET Rewrites the Codes of Sportswear For Fall 2021 Activewear Capsule

Outdoor shells and padded vests are joined by thermal tights and long-sleeved tees.

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ARKET has built on its Spring/Summer 2021 activewear capsule by unveiling this season’s release, in which it aims to rewrite the codes of sportswear and blur the line between performance and everyday wear.

The Swedish label has focused on delivering apparel and accessories that suit both leisure and active practices, which in turn sees the arrival of thermal tights and long-sleeved tops, as well as functional mid-layers like shorts and lightweight jackets. Outdoor shells, padded vests and quilted jackets also offer lightweight options, each of which has been engineered to be as comfortable as it is breathable while on the move.

Pieces arrive in a plethora of earth-inspired hues, while the collection itself boasts innovative fabrication like Polartec, merino wool and Texloop.

Drop one of ARKET’s Fall 2021 active range is available to buy now from the brand’s online webstore.

In other news, Arc’teryx has opened its first European Arc’type store in London’s Covent Garden.

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