Dagny started from a seemingly simple quest to find a stylish, yet sustainably-made dress. Founder and creative director, Christina Castle, searched for a dress that was as fashionable as it was sustainable, and came up empty-handed. Existing sustainable brands only offered styles that were either too skimpy or too frumpy, too boring or too expensive. Christina founded Dagny for women who, like her, want to dress responsibly, but without compromising their unique style, love of colour, and high standards for perfect fit and luxury fabric. Dagny, which means “new day” in Old Norse, offers women a collection of beautifully designed, consciously sourced, and ethically made garments.”
MADE IN ROMANIA
BASED IN UK AND SHIPPING: INTERNATIONAL
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They use recycled fabrics from Turkey.
They use Tencel, Modal and Viscose fabrics which are certified by Lenzing.
They partner with a certified, ethical, women-owned and operated factory in Romania that is a member of the Ethical Fashion Forum. They are awarded with the Butterfly Mark from Positive Luxury and have signed Global Fashion Agenda’s 2020 Circular Fashion System Commitment.
They have partnered with DPD and DHL for their shipping because of their carbon neautral commitments. They pay surcharge to offset the greenhouse gas emission for each DHL shipment.
They recycle and reuse their leftover fabrics.
Patterns are digitally prints directly onto the fabric, eliminating the industry’s traditional use of water, paper, and chemical treatments. The dyes used is 100% biodegradable and GOTS certified.
They use GOTS certified cotton from India and organic linen from Belgium.
As a member of Circle Economy, they contribute financially to these projects whose mission is to accelerate the practical and scalable implementation of a circular economy.
They use surplus fabrics from defunct mills or other brands with too much stock. Their deadstock fabrics comes from Italy.
They use recyclable and biodegradable packaging.