Get Ready For More Inclusive Fashion Thanks To This Local Adaptive Fashion Brand

By Anna Franklyn
3rd Dec 2020

A girl in a wheelchair looks very happy in her cool new Tommy Hilfiger adaptive threads.

Thursday 3 December is International Day of People with Disability and we couldn’t think of a better time to bring adaptive fashion brand EveryHuman to your attention. 

If you’re not quite sure what adaptive fashion is, it’s pretty simple. It’s clothing specifically designed or altered for people with a disability or chronic condition, and EveryHuman is making sure those alterations and designs empower people by helping them look and feel their best, every single day. 

EveryHuman entered the Australian and New Zealand fashion scene a year ago today with the aim to become a one-stop-shop for people who often struggle to find clothing they actually feel good in, and so far they’re doing a pretty great job.

One of their biggest goals is to shift the mindset in the fashion industry to the point that all brands are working towards making their designs more inclusive and sustainable and also to give a bigger voice to inclusive fashion, and that’s where their T-shirts for Change come into play. 

With three designs by three different partners, every cent is donated to carefully selected projects which EveryHuman believes will make the world a better place. The Runway of Dreams tee—apart from being a killer statement tee—will help to make the fashion industry more inclusive and accepting of people with disabilities, while the Fighting Chance tee aims to create a better future for people with disabilities by providing jobs, learning and social participation opportunities. 

Whether you rely on adaptive fashion or not, it’s time to start spreading the word and making the fashion world a more inclusive place.

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Image credit: EveryHuman

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