Kintsugi have Black Friday offers on clothing designed to be suitable for people with disabilities
Manchester based brand Kintsugi uses the concept of universal design to create their inclusive clothing range. Its ethos is that fashionable clothing can be worn and enjoyed by all people, regardless of size, age or disability.
Emma McClelland founded the company in 2018 after seeing a TED Talk about inclusive design.
Kintsugi also states:
"To ensure our collections are truly inclusive, we incorporate suggestions from across the disabled community, making fastenings easier and less fiddly, considering how clothes will work in a seated position, and adding functionality to make each garment work harder for its wearer. "
Their offer is 25% off for the Black Friday event.
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