Tommy Hilfiger is truly embodying what it means to have ‘fashion for all.’
According to ELLE, Bloomberg reported that the luxury designer will begin crafting a clothing line specifically for people with disabilities. As for what the new line will include, ELLE says it will ensure that pieces will be easy for wearers and caretakers to navigate, featuring “magnetic closures so that it is easier to pull garments over the head or to get dressed with one hand.”
Pieces like trousers will be fitted with velcro and magnetic flies, says ELLE, while “leg openings and hems will be adjustable to accommodate for leg braces.”
What’s more is that the line won’t just be a few paltry pieces; ELLE reports that the men’s line will include 37 styles, and the women’s will feature 34 — a solid amount of items to create outfits and stock a wardrobe.
Bravo, Tommy Hilfiger.