COPENHAGEN – Swedish fashion brand House of Dagmar has won retailer Zalando’s inaugural Sustainability Award, for which it will receive an undisclosed financial prize and the opportunity to partner to develop a new apparel collection.
The winner of the accolade was announced at this week’s digital Copenhagen Fashion Week (CFW), with representatives of Zalando, the Global Fashion Agenda and CFW forging a panel that made the decision.
Kate Heiny, director of sustainability at Zalando, said: “We are delighted to be able to announce House of Dagmar as the winner of the first Sustainability Award. This is the next step on our journey towards finding more sustainable solutions. Together, we are excited to explore, and improve, the use of materials, production processes and technological advancements that will mirror the ambition and commitment of all involved.”