Disabled Style

Disabled Style / Library of Congress

Disabled Style / Library of Congress

Students at the Parsons School of Design in NY have a course in fashion for the disabled. It is in conjunction with MIT’s Open Style Lab.

Praising smart design, baby. Me, I can’t stand stuck zippers. Any other ideas for improving fashion for the disabled?

5 Responses to “Disabled Style”

  1. Barb Polan writes:

    Cute shoes for women.

  2. Diane Neary writes:

    Ditto! Cute shoes for women. And making it possible for women to afford two different sized shoes to accommodate necessary brace on weak leg/foot.

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