Tag "adapted clothes"

News & opinion 0 Comments

Fashion faux pas: industry cuts out disabled people

In our recent survey with disability charity Leonard Cheshire, we found that 75% of disabled people’s needs are not being met by mainstream fashion in the UK. Read the full story and have your say.

Lifestyle 0 Comments

Diversity Designs: empowering disabled women through positive imagery

Find out more about Diversity Designs, a clothing and accessories company selling bags and T-shirts, among other things, using empowering and positive images of disabled women to promote inclusion and difference.

Entertainment 0 Comments

My catwalk debut in an inclusive fashion show for wheelchair users

Disability Horizons’ Deputy Editor Shannon recently took part in an inclusive fashion show for wheelchair users. Read on to find out what the show was about and how it aimed to break down stereotypes.

Lifestyle 0 Comments

How fashion and beauty brands can be more accessible

Disabled people buy clothes and beauty products just like anyone else. So why aren’t fashion and beauty brands more accessible? Visually impaired blogger Emily explains what simple things can be done to make them accessible.

Lifestyle 0 Comments

Disability and fashion: 5 adaptive clothing lines we love

Buying clothes that make us look and feel good is something we all have a right to do, disabled or not. But how many fashion brands actually take disabled people