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For Spring/Summer 2018, Swedish fashion brand House of Dagmar has chosen to work exclusively with organically grown fibers for their cotton garments—a conscious choice that benefits both people and planet. Make it last interprets their collection of crisp shirting in a new spring Edit.

Organic cotton farming uses water more efficiently and saves a lot of harmful chemicals and pesticides from being released into nature. This also creates a safer and healthier working environment for the farmers, and is no doubt healthier for us consumers too. In other words: a win for all!

Shop the collection here and follow House of Dagmar on Instagram!


Photographer Pauline Suzor
Stylist Mikaela Hållén
Hair & Makeup Sara Eriksson
Model Amanda Persson


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