Bespoke collection

With our bespoke works we strive to create objects of high aesthetic value, develop distinct and intricate handcraft through reworking traditional high end textiles. We aim to create sculptural, graphical yet delicate works with intricate detailing. Our work is created by hand in our atelier in Copenhagen and are available only as bespoke - made to order works. 

Through both directions we work solely with top quality single fiber 100% natural materials. Leftovers from our double face collection are reworked into sculptural one-of-a-kind works presented in our Bespoke collection. 


Double face collection

With our doubleface collection we attempt to create essential wardrobe stables, long lasting in quality and design. The development of these pieces is ongoing and the pieces stay available; they are not attached to a specific season. You can buy them as is or have them made made to measure and/or made in a special colour. We produce our doubleface wool and cashmere in Italy, north of Milan. All pieces are sewn invisibly by hand by our premium seamstresses, who have specialised in this craft since 1970.



With our jewellery line we strive towards creating expressive directional jewellery in sterling silver or 18 carat gold. Our jewellery is hand made in our atelier. 




Freya studied at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp before establishing her namesake label in 2012.

Freya has exhibited her work at Copenhagen Contemporary, the National Museum of Denmark, the Danish Design Museum, and at Salone del Mobile, Milan, in collaboration with the Danish Arts Foundation.

The collection is currently exhibited at the National Crafts Museum, New Delhi untill March 2023.

Freya has received generous support from the Danish Arts Foundation and the Danish National Bank throughout her career and in 2018 Freya Dalsjø received the 3-year grant given by the Danish Arts Foundation. In 2021 Freya Dalsjø received "påskønnelseslegatet" by the Danish National Bank. 

Karis Dalsjø has an MA in architecture and joined the team in 2020 to start up her jewellery practise.