Fashion Designer Creates New Line For People With Physical Disabilities

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By Meredith Ganzman

A new line of clothing is broadening fashion choices for the nearly 40 million people in the country living with physical disabilities, according to the Pew Research Center.

IZ Adaptive features what line designer Izzy Camilleri describes as “timeless classics.”  There’s a shearling cape, jeggings and a navy pea coat all fashioned for people with limited dexterity. 

Camilleri says she would hate to not have attractive clothing just because of a disability. And with her new line, she is making sure inclusion is always in style.