born in Hamburg, Dagmar Heinrich was trained at Jil Sander before she studied fashion design at the London College of Fashion. Consequently she designed for Mark Eisen in New York and Emporio Armani in Milan.
In 2000, Dagmar became the right hand of young up-coming designer Alan Scott, being fully responsible for the design and development of his women’s wear collection. This hands on experience provided the groundwork for starting her own collection.

In 2010 Dagmar Heinrich launched dheinrich.
dheinrich is a luxury womens wear line, which includes her personal „favourite 8“ pieces per season as well as the “essentials” which serve as the perfect wardrobe staple. This concept seeks to provide an alternative to fashion’s mass production and mass consumption, since the collection is perceived more as a seasonless wardrobe which can be build upon.
dheinrich stands for understated luxury, modern classics with an edge. The collection includes finely tailored essentials, knits and signature pieces made to perfection by some of Italy‘s most exclusive manufacturers. Although the highest possible manufacturing standard is key to the collection, prices are kept at a certain level as it is a direct to consumer brand.
The dheinrich collection is available for sale at specifically organized showroom sales as well as online.