UK – Knots has set out to teach women how to knot – their head wraps, that is. The pioneering fashion brand based in the heart of UK’s fashion scene offers a fresh take on head wraps, the fashion accessory that boasts a history as rich and colorful as the prints associated with it.
Made by women, for women, Knots champions female empowerment. Sourcing fabrics from women vendors from all across the globe, each head wrap is made with care by the dedicated ladies at Knots’ London headquarters, with the intent to cater to the individual preferences of all women, regardless of their socioeconomic background, age group, or geographic location.
“Head wraps reminds us of our mothers, and all the women before them – a lineage that stretches as far back in time as one can think of”, said Mrs. Sandra Soteriou, Knots’ media representative. She continued, “In certain African tribes, such as the Gele, head wraps served far more than just aesthetic purposes, as they signified the wearer’s prominent position within the tribe’s hierarchy. Today, head wraps are a symbol of creativity and personal expression, transcending borders, ethnicities, races and age groups, accentuating each wearer’s beauty, and helping each lady stand tall, feel beautiful and empowered – no matter her origins.”
Mrs. Soteriou emphasized the versatility of head wraps, as well as their ease of use. Complimenting every style, and fitting almost any head size, each Knots head wrap comes with a “How To Knots” guide, while the company further offers a series of head wrapping tutorial videos on its website.
Knots encourages women to share pictures of themselves wearing its head wraps in their day-to-day lives. Showcasing the tremendous diversity of its customer base, the mosaic of pictures featuring real-life women rocking their Knots can be viewed on the company’s Instagram page.
To learn more about Knots, please visit: www.knots-uk.com