Top fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger to introduce adaptive clothing for disabled people
clothing brand Tommy Hilfiger is all set to launch their new adaptive clothing for people with disabilities.
The line is called Tommy Adaptive and there are plenty of stylish and unique pieces of clothing onboard. In a press release, the company said that their intention is to become inclusive and empower disabled people through fashion.
In 2016, Tommy Hilfiger had collaborated with the NGO Runway of Dreams, founded by Mindy Scheier, whose daughter has muscular dystrophy.
Scheier, along with Tommy Hilfiger, created clothes for people with disabilities. The international brand extended their adaptive clothing range last year. Now, they are all set to create exclusive styles for disabled people across the world.
The campaign for the adaptive clothing line includes many renowned people with disabilities. Among them were Chef Jeremiah Josey who has autism, Chelsie Hill who is a dancer on a wheelchair, and blogger and motivational speaker Mama Cax, who wears a prosthetic leg.
Read more on Newz Hook
- Headlines January 17, 2019 India's D Gukesh is world’s 2nd youngest chess grandmaster
- Get-hooked January 15, 2019 Inclusion & music come together at this event in Delhi's Hans Raj College
- Headlines January 15, 2019 Gujarat becomes first state to implement 10% reservation for general category
- Headlines January 19, 2019 India wins one day series in Australia
- Headlines January 16, 2019 MeToo: Film industry members defend Raju Hirani
- Headlines January 21, 2019 Senior BJP leader makes offensive remarks about Mayawati
- Get-hooked January 21, 2019 Teen prodigy Satvik Sharma expresses himself through incredible works of art
Ask your question about any issue related to disability, this is your space to find the answer.
Want to feature your inspiring story or share an event with the disabled community? Write to:
Get-hooked January 15, 2019
Get-hooked January 18, 2019
Newz Hook - Accessible News