fashion is finally paying attention to differently-abled bodies


On September 15, the White House hosted Design for All, its first-ever fashion show celebrating inclusive design, assistive technology, and prosthetics. The event was attended by innovators in the differently abled fashion space, including the Alleles prosthetic cover design studio, Tommy Hilfiger with an “adaptive” collection for kids, Nike designer Tobie Hatfield whose Flyease technology makes it possible for athletes of all abilities to rep the swoosh, and blogger Mama Cáx, who chronicles her travel, style, and journey as a woman who lost her right leg after winning a battle with bone and lung cancer.

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