Tommy Hilfiger has released its first ever line of adaptive clothing for kids with disabilities.
To create the line, Hilfiger partnered with Runway of Dreams, a nonprofit organization working with the fashion industry to adapt mainstream clothing for the differently-abled community. Spearheaded by Mindy Scheier, a fashion designer and mother to a child with muscular dystrophy, Runway of Dreams partners with retialers like Hilfiger to introduce wearable technology and design modifications into clothing, making it adaptive and wearable for all.
The line mirrors Hilfiger’s regular children’s sampling of oxfords, polo shirts, khakis, jeans and T-shirts for boys (sizes 4-20) and girls (sizes 4-18), all priced between $18.50 and $42.50. The brand has fully trained its customer service team to be well versed in the unique features of the line and sensitive to its customer base.
Check out Tommy Hilfiger’s Runway of Dreams adaptive clothing line at Tommy.com.
Sources: Fashonista, Tommy Hilfiger