Racial and size diversity has improved over the last few years in fashion, but for those with disabilities, representation is still greatly lacking.
Now with Tommy Hilfiger's new inclusive fashion collection, EVERY shopper can get the look they want.
Tommy Hilfiger's new "adaptive" clothing line centers on the dressing needs of those within the disabled community.
Finding clothing that can simply be put on isn't always easy, making this line even more vital. The collection is a follow-up to the Spring 2016 children's line which also featured adaptable items, according to Bloomberg. Now the brand is taking the kid's line and expanding it to men and women! Think shirts with magnetic buttons, one-handed zippers, and hems that easily open.
The items are available up to a size 16, and still have that signature Tommy Hilfiger aesthetic.
Think red, white, and blue staple pieces that are both stylish and functional. It's important for shoppers of all walks of life to be able to express their personal style! Especially with the '90s having a resurgence, it's great that everyone can stay up to trend without sacrificing functionality.
The downside is is that the items aren't cheap.
It's great to see a major brand embracing and prioritizing the needs of an underserved community!
The pieces are very cute, and I can't wait to see what else the brand creates. Visit Tommy Hilfiger to see more of the collection!