If there’s one label I’d love to deck out my accessories wardrobe with for the winter, it’s Helen Kaminski. This Aussie-based company has been designing chic headwear for over 25 years and they get it right every. single. time. Celebs such as Nicole Kidman, Sandra Bullock and Blake Lively have been spotted wearing their designs.
You can grab their sassy designs from places like Nordstrom, Bloomingdale’s and specialty hat stores, but they’re online store at HelenKaminski.com is so convenient and easy to use, you can grab all their designs from the comfort of your lounge.
If you’re planning for the gift-giving season or just want to spoil yourself with a one-of-a-kind design, here are a few get-me-noticed picks (that are also on my wish list!):
Go with plush hats for a simple and chic addition to that winter outfit. And try some color this season — electric blues and gorgeous greens are so in!
If you’re more of a ski bunny, check out Helen Kaminski’s range of hand knit cashmere goodies:
Or go with a little more detail and soak up with compliments with crocheted winter headband cozies, beanies and berets (looove):
And since your handbag collection changes with the seasons, Helen Kaminski also has a fab range of bags that are designed with special care.
Pick up crocheted bags embellished with pompoms. I’m loving the bright yellow designs:
I’m also a huge fan of this season’s pastiche felt collection. The colors, the textures, the shapely designs:
And head on over to Kaminski XY for something for the gents:
Read more about the story behind Helen Kaminski’s craftsmanship here.
- The holiday season is in full force and Gents has great options for last minute shoppers including apparel and a new cap color. Ranging from $38-$48, the Gents shirts serve as great wardrobe essentials with crew neck, v-neck and raglan styles. Made of ultra soft jersey cotton and a slim cut that is still relaxed, guys will love this stocking stuffer gift.Cap enthusiasts now can select maroon as a color to create their own custom hat. Caps start at $48.50 and run up to $58.50 for monogramming.But why call it Gents? Per Reed, “I was starting off with a baseball cap, a very sporty item. I was trying to find a word that juxtaposed something so sporty. So I was thinking what’s the most sophisticated, masculine word and it was gentleman.” The evolution of the brand will continue with new products, like an upcoming beanie, as well as expanded cap offerings (tweed anyone?), plus a lineup of sturdy made in the U.S.A. tees as good as the pricier options out there for a lot less. Each new addition will hold true to Reed’s philosophy of making goods “for the type of guy that wants to make a statement and be fashionable but he’s not going to want to stand out.All items are now available at www.gentsco.com.