Women who face a life-threatening illness, fight not only to overcome their illness, they fight to maintain their femininity too. For some men and women, hair loss has a painful psychological impact.

This insight led us to establish Christine Headwear in 2005 – and the aim of the company’s collections is to provide consumers, who have hair loss, with a wide choice of high-quality, modern, natural and thoroughly tested products, which at the same time are comfortable and nurturing to wear for both body and mind.

Thygesen Textile Group acquired Christine Headwear in 2012. The Danish based Textile Group, founded in 1931, is an established world leader in the production of high-quality knitted fabrics, sold to the textile industry worldwide for further processing into finished garments.

The acquisition of Christine Headwear demonstrated Thygesen Textile Groups’ fundamental interest in products that make a difference to people’s lives.

Since then, Christine Headwear and the concept have expanded and further developed, and in 2015, Thygesen Textile Groups’ subsidiary The Headwear Company (THC) was formed.

As part of an ongoing digital strategy within the TTG regi, The Headwear Company created and launched the multi-brand headwear web platform, House of Christine Headwear, in 2020.

House of Christine is the brand umbrella for Christine Headwear, Viva Headwear, Boho Spirit Headwear, Petite Peanut Headwear and Male Headwear. Together they provide exquisite, high-quality hair loss solutions to children, women, and men all over the world.

Today, THC is one of the world’s largest international leaders within the headwear segment and is represented in 42 countries through wig, healthcare, hat and fashion distributors.