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House of Dagmar is a Swedish fashion house based in Stockholm, run jointly by three sisters Karin Söderlind, Kristina Tjäder and Sofia Wallenstam. The brand is named after the sisters’ late grandmother by the name of Dagmar, who herself was a tailor and model of confidence, ability, and style. It is her qualities that form the blueprint of the Dagmar Woman. The brand is progressive and sensual, specializing in creating sustainable, expressive knitwear as the core of each collection. Inspiration is taken from architecture, contemporary art and culture.

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  • Dagmar
    Upama 79 €
      S M L XL
      26
    • Dagmar
      Upama 79 €
        XS S M L XL
        26
      • Dagmar
        Upama rib top 69 €
          XS S M L XL
          133
        • Dagmar
          Upama rib top 69 €
            XS S M L XL
            133
          • Dagmar
            Upama 69 € 37.95 €
              XS
              235
            • Dagmar
              Upama 69 € 37.95 €
                S M L XL
                235
              • Dagmar
                Upama 69 € 37.95 €
                M L
                103
              • Dagmar
                Ella 219 € 120.45 €
                  XS S M L XL
                  174
                • Dagmar
                  Ella 219 € 120.45 €
                    XS S M L
                    174
                  • Dagmar
                    Ella 219 € 120.45 €
                      XS S M XL
                      174

                    Dagmar

                    House of Dagmar is a Swedish fashion house based in Stockholm, run jointly by three sisters Karin Söderlind, Kristina Tjäder and Sofia Wallenstam. The brand is named after the sisters’ late grandmother by the name of Dagmar, who herself was a tailor and model of confidence, ability, and style. It is her qualities that form the blueprint of the Dagmar Woman.


                    The brand is progressive and sensual, specializing in creating sustainable, expressive knitwear as the core of each collection.
                    Inspiration is taken from architecture, contemporary art and culture.