Asos praised for disabled-friendly clothes
Asos has been praised for selling clothes designed with people who have disabilities in mind.
The online retailer has released a tie-dye waterproof jumpsuit for festival season, which has been adapted to be wheelchair friendly.
It was designed in collaboration with GB Paralympic hopeful Chloe Ball-Hopkins, who also modelled it for the site.
Chloe says she wants to make "fashion that is accessible to everybody".
The collaboration came about through a single email sent to Asos by Chloe, who's also a BBC Bristol sports reporter as well as an athlete.
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