Tommy Hilfiger launches clothing line for disabled children | DisabledGo News and Blog

American designer Tommy Hilfiger has launched a line of clothing for disabled children, a collaboration that started after a mother couldn’t find jeans for her son who wears leg braces. The 22 pieces, which include jeans, khakis, dresses and button-up shirts, look exactly the same as those on the pre-existing TH Kids line and are also priced the same, Tommy Hilfiger said in a statement posted on its website Tuesday. The difference is magnetic closures and Velcro in the place of buttons and zippers, to make it easy to get in and out of garments. Buttons are still sewn on the front, so there’s no difference in the look. Dresses and t-shirts can be opened completely in the back, while the length of the bottoms can be easily adjusted with a loop and button system. The line was created in collaboration with Runway of Dreams, a group that works with the fashion industry to adapt mainstream clothing for disabled people, Tommy Hilfiger said in its statement. Founder Mindy Scheier was quoted as

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