Dimmblá is an Icelandic environmentally friendly clothing brand that offers luxurious nature-inspired clothing for the confident woman who cares for the planet.
Dimmblá wants to redefine what is eco-friendly and ethical fashion, while encouraging conscientious behaviour when purchasing clothes.
“I discovered early how wasteful and harming manufacturing common fabrics and materials can be to the environment. I want to have a positive impact on the environment and our goal is to reduce waste. We do that by using sustainable fabrics produced from crops requiring zero to low levels of chemicals to grow, use less water and create less waste,”
Heiðrún Ósk Sigfúsdóttir, CEO of Dimmblá.
Dimmblá‘s products not only feature beautiful designs of nature itself, but are also created and designed to preserve nature for future generations. For every piece sold from Dimmblá’s collections, a donation goes towards those who directly support the natural world.
Peace Silk & Handwoven Banana Silk Scarves
“We use peace silk, which is much more humane to the creatures creating the silk than many traditional methodologies. We also use handwoven, eco-friendly banana fabric. Created in only a handful of places in Southeast Asia, banana fabric comes from the banana stem after a harvest, where it is processed into a pliable fibre. Not only does the fabric look and feel gorgeous, this process creates a valuable new resource from what was once discarded,” explains Heiðrún. “ The fabric and the prints make our scarves distinctive and unique and each print is only produced once, which means when the style in the print sells out, it is not produced again.”
Supporting a National Park in the Central Highlands of Iceland
“We recently went to the magnificent Nýifoss waterfall and Hagavatn glacial lagoon located at the southern edge of Langjökull glacier. There we did a photo shoot of our brand’s new GEO collection.
At Hagavant we signed a contract with Icelandic environmental organizations to donate proceeds from our collection and support the establishment of a National Park in the Central Highland of Iceland.”
“I believe it is essential to encourage environmentally friendly products, ethical business and conscientious shopping practices, because nature is essential to our wellbeing. We need to protect our planet starting now for all generations to come.”