House of Dagmar, as you likely haven’t heard of it, is a Swedish fashion house based in Stockholm. Run by three sisters, Karin Söderlind, Kristina Tjäder and Sofia Wallenstam the brand is named after their late grandmother – Dagmar.
Unlike many other, bigger, fashion brands – House of Dagmar is refreshing not only because of their elegant looks but also for their sustainable approach. Dagmar collections, as per their page “feature materials such as animal-friendly fur, mulesing-free merino wool, recycled polyester, chrome-free leather, lyocell fibers, organic cotton and regenerated cashmere”. They also strongly state their belief in using methods of working that care for the animal, the environment and the people that make it.
While all of this is worth note, it wouldn’t mean shit if they couldn’t deliver looks. Luckily the sister’s know what they are doing, and the knitwear produced for this collection is actually just stunning. Combined with an element of being slightly oversized the garments are a beautiful and stylish piece of art, resulting in a collection deserving of more recognition internationally.
Pricing wise House of Dagmar can vary a little, but are the lower end for something of this quality – definitely worth the $$$ if you have it. So next time you want to purchase knitwear, but don’t want to think about the ethical implications of doing so, House of Dagmar have your back.