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Emma Elwin

Notes from a Swedish stylist

Like many other companies throughout Sweden this week – House of Dagmar is calling for action in regards to the Europe's refugee crisis.

House of Dagmar, like many other companies throughout Sweden this week, is calling for action in regards to the Europe’s refugee crisis. To raise money and awareness, the Dagmar sisters have picked eight special pieces from past collections to auction off at Tradera Trend. The auction will go live today Wednesday 9 September and ends a week later. All proceeds go to the UNICEF.

1. Dress. 2. Jacket. 3. Dress. 4. Dress. 5. Jumpsuit. 6. Cardigan. 7. Jacket. 8. Dress.

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