There aren't many clothing and accessory brands that embrace diversity in the fashion industry by focusing on people with physical disabilities, or who may acquire impairments or the infirm who may experience difficulty in self-dressing. By bringing this gap to the forefront through inclusive campaigning, some brands have earned our respect and adoration. We will also be giving a massive shoutout to Adaptive Clothing Companies that make adaptive apparel and caregiver assisted dressing options.
The number one on our list is Kintsugi Clothing by Manchester-based Emma McClelland
We recently came across their Instagram channel and have been enamored by their inclusive designs.
|Credit: Adaptive Sleepwear for Children by Marks and Spencer