YES! Tommy Hilfiger Launched Yet Another Adaptive Clothing Line For People With Disabilities
After finding huge success with its first ever adaptive clothing line for adults with disabilities in Fall 2017, Tommy Hilfiger has released a new Spring 2018 collection. The mens and womenswear stays true to Tommy's signature all-American aesthetic but each piece has been produced to be more accommodating for people with disabilities.
The full range was designed to "be inclusive and empower people of all abilities to express themselves through fashion." All items in the line feature modified closures and adjustable details, like bungee cord closure systems and updated Velcro brand closures that make it easier to pull clothes on and off.
The new ad campaign stars some of the world's biggest disability advocates, including motivational speaker and model Mama Cax, dancer and vlogger Chelsie Hill, Paralympian gold medalist Jeremy Campbell, and chef Jeremiah Josey. Click through to see every image from the brand's empowering ad campaign, plus shop pieces from the collection which is available in stores now.