Inclusive clothing brand sets out to challenge the status quo

Inclusive fashion label Kintsugi Clothing has launched its debut collection of womenswear, featuring ten wardrobe essentials, from jeans to jumpsuits. The company designs apparel using suggestions from across the disabled community, so that each piece can be worn by any woman, disabled or not. The brand sets itself three standards, which every item in its collection must meet: beautiful, useful and accessible. "We love universal design, which basically means creating products that can be used by the greatest number of people, re... For the full story register now for free or login below...
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