After losing a limb, many people feel like they’ve lost control of their lives as well; the Bespoke Innovation custom-made fairings aim to restore both the limbs that were lost and aim to give individuals their lives back. Bespoke has just released a series of “designer” prosthetic attachments with fashionable and decorative designs, which sets them apart from traditional prosthetic attachments.
Bespoke Innovations prides itself on its innovations that restore the natural contours of the leg and integrate patterns and intricate designs. While the ordinary prosthetic leg is human skin color, the Bespoke prosthetic leg doesn’t hide the fact of a lost limb, but uses the leg as a creative canvas instead; individuals can choose from an assortment of different materials for their fairings including chrome plating, leather and ballistic nylon fabrics.
According to Bespoke Innovation, “this allows the customers to express their aesthetics and personality through their prosthetic legs, just as they would through as an accessory or article of clothing.” Bespoke have turned a negative experience into a positive by allowing individuals to not only embrace their prosthetic, but to look fabulous while doing so.
The Bespoke Innovation Custom-Made Fairings are Fashionable
1. Fashionable Prosthetic Limbs - The trend of customizable and decorative prosthetic limbs designed to reflect individual aesthetics and personalities.
2. Personalized Medical Devices - The trend of offering custom-designed medical devices to better meet the personal needs of patients.
3. Artistic Medical Prosthetics - The trend of incorporating art and design into medical prosthetics to create unique and personalized pieces.
1. Prosthetics Manufacturing - Opportunities for manufacturing companies to expand their offerings to include customizable and fashionable prosthetic limbs.
2. Fashion Industry - Opportunities for fashion designers to create innovative and stylish clothing that complements and showcases prosthetic limbs.
3. Medical Industry - Opportunities for medical professionals to collaborate with designers to create adaptive and artful prosthetics that improve patients' quality of life.