How inclusion shapes design: an interview with inclusive designer Kat Holmes
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Parsons Alumni Launch FFORA, a New Brand for the Disabled Community
In recent years, the fashion industry has made attempts to address the lack of fashionable and functional products for disabled people, a traditionally under-served community, with adaptive designs such as magnetic closures and easy-to-zip pieces.
Mattel’s First Black Barbie To Use A Wheelchair Is Getting Lots Of Praise For Its Inclusivity
Since the 1950s, Barbie has come a long way in terms of inclusivity, diversity, and dismantling traditional gender roles. And most recently, the company behind the iconic dolls, Mattel, unveiled its first black barbie to use a wheelchair and it’s garnering tons of support for its inclusive design.
Meet the designer who’s had enough of the lack of inclusivity in the fashion industry
It’s not just the poorly designed website or stores, or lack of awareness or training that’s problematic for disabled people – it’s also the absence of stylish, professionally-designed quality clothes for disabled bodies.
Target Is Releasing Adaptive Apparel For Kids With Disabilities
As part of its popular Cat & Jack Line, Target will soon launch adaptive apparel with features for kids with disabilities.
Nonprofit Merges Hi-Tech and High Fashion to Make Clothes for People With Disabilities
Design centered around people with disabilities can be edgy, transformative, and push the boundaries for innovation in health and technology.