Meet the team behind Ragnarøk















Meike Krämer

Being a trained garment technologist, Meike is responsible for Ragnarøk’s product development and production set-up.
“Consumption became a question of responsibility and we, as consumers have the power to make the right decisions and change what needs to be changed.”















Daniel Cohen Stuart

Daniel is currently serving as head of the company, overseeing finances and handeling day to day demands. He also has IT-related responsibilities, for instance software development and exploration.
“I recently started realizing and appreciating the intimate and personal connection we have with our clothing. It is how we choose to appear in the world. It should then also reflect the person we are, and the values we hold dear.”















Nina Nuerenberg

Nina is serving as Ragnarøk’s art director and establishes contacts with artists and designers.
“Even though the consequences of our blind consumption and our lifestyle are widely known, the destruction of our home continues. I believe in respect and collaboration. I believe in transformation. I am here to inspire.”















Yann Wunsch

Yann handles the company’s public relations, ranging from networking to content creation for social media and company representation.
“I dream of a world where we stop closing our eyes to the real cost of our production methods and progressively change them to a circular model without taking away a customer’s freedom of choice.”















Karen Zarazúa Gasque

Karen is part of Ragnarøk’s social media team and she focuses on content creation and community engagement.
“About 5 years ago, I took the decision to become more conscious about my consumptions patterns, especially those that had to do with clothes. I vowed to be a part of the ‘slow fashion movement’.”















Zagros Brim

Zagros is part of Ragnarøk’s production team, he brings the skills needed to actually manufacture your shirt on-demand, in Zwolle!
“Working with sewing machines is something I was brought up on. At 13 I started working in my family’s factory and now being 25, I still do it because I love it. I make your shirts, with and from a lot of love. I hope you feel that while wearing our shirt, too.”

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