For young Oliver Garza-Pena, the trip to the store was like any other. But then he looked up and saw someone staring back who looked just like him.
Despite Nike and Tommy Hilfiger X Zendaya making clothes for a disabled audience, the conversation around it is just beginning
How inclusion shapes design: an interview with inclusive designer Kat Holmes
Earlier this month, four current and former players from the U.S. national women’s soccer team launched a lifestyle brand. The brand isn’t about their names, but about their philosophy as players and people who embrace inclusivity and gender-neutral design.
From Asos’s wheelchair-friendly jumpsuit to Starbucks opening its first sign language store, brands are making moves to cater for people beyond the mainstream and unlock the potential of the ‘Purple Pound’.
Stylist Stephanie Thomas helps her clients find smart, fashionable looks and wants to make adaptive clothing more readily available.
Companies are releasing new inclusive lines that solve some of the dressing challenges that people with physical and mental disabilities face.
As part of its popular Cat & Jack Line, Target will soon launch adaptive apparel with features for kids with disabilities.