MicheaLA HLN : Runway of Dreams founder’s son inspires collaboration with fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger

Runway of Dreams founder’s son inspires collaboration with fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger to create adaptive clothing for the differently-abled community.

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Bustle – 3 Times The Fashion Industry Celebrated People With Disabilities In 2016 & Why We Need To Do Better Next Year

Bustle – 3 Times The Fashion Industry Celebrated People With Disabilities In 2016 & Why We Need To Do Better Next Year

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The 2016 TODAY Style Heroes List

The 2016 TODAY Style Heroes List

Mindy Scheier is a mom on a mission to make clothing work for everyone — including kids who have physical disabilities. That’s why she founded Runway of Dreams, which partnered with Tommy Hilfiger this year to create a line of adaptable clothing. The adjustable hemlines and magnetic closures make it easier for kids like her son, who has muscular dystrophy, to get dressed. “It’s going to be our new normal,” Scheier said of the inclusive designs.

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Runway of Dreams is back with a new collection of adaptive clothing for differently-abled children

Goodnet | Gateway to Doing Good : Runway of Dreams is back with a new collection of adaptive clothing for differently-abled children. This pic is from the fall range.

Girl and boy modeling for Runway of Dreams

Runway of Dreams Collaborates with Tommy Hilfiger to Launch Adaptive Version of Fall Children’s Clothing Line

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http://www.mydiversability.com/blog/2016/8/30/runway-of-dreams-collaborates-with-tommy-hilfiger-to-launch-adaptive-version-of-fall-childrens-clothing-line

Runway of Dreams founder’s son inspires collaboration with fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger to create adaptive clothing for the differently-abled community.

Runway of Dreams founder’s son inspires collaboration with fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger to create adaptive clothing for the differently-abled community.

Oliver wants #Nike to be the next #RunwayOfDreams participant… what do you say, Nike?

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Hong Kong plays part in disabled-clothing design revolution

Adaptive clothing for the disabled is taking off in a big way and one local design centre is doing its bit to make dressing, sport and daily life a little easier for the physically challenged.

http://www.scmp.com/lifestyle/fashion-luxury/article/2017609/hong-kong-forefront-disabled-clothing-design-revolution

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