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Tommy Hilfiger Expanded Its Range of Clothing for Disabled People

 - Oct 24, 2017
References: usa.tommy & racked
Following their inclusive child clothing line earlier this year, fashion design brand Tommy Hilfiger is expanding its range of clothing for disabled people to include adults.

The adaptive clothing features a variety of modifications including adjustable leg openings, magnetic flies and Velcro closures for men and women with disabilities. While Tommy Hilfiger collaborated with Runway of Dreams and MagnaReady with their children's line, the company did not work with any outside groups for the adult collection, which consists of 37 styles for men and 34 for women.

Although diversity has been a focus for many designer labels and across the fashion and beauty industry, designing clothing for disabled people has not been part of the conversation compared to issues of gender and race.