Tommy Hilfiger launches clothing line for people with disabilities

Tommy Hilfiger launches clothing line for people with disabilities

Thanks to efforts to increase diversity, disabled people are becoming more visible in society. This year Gerber selected their first spokesbaby with Down Syndrome, Sports Illustrated featured their first amputee in a Swimsuit Issue, and an inspirational bodybuilder went viral after sharing the disability he hid for 17 years. Their presence in pop culture helps other people with special needs feel accepted.

Last year Tommy Hilfiger expanded on that collection to include clothing for adults with disabilities. Now they have expanding once again, with the launch of Tommy Adaptive, an innovative clothing line with even more options for people with special needs.

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