Strength and Beauty While Living with Alopecia Areata
6.8 million people in the U.S. have alopecia areata, yet the condition is plagued with stigma, which can wreak havoc on mental health and well-being.
Here’s Why a Popular Health & Beauty Company Prioritizes Inclusive Product Design
P&G is focused on accessibility in the workplace, in homes and in the community. The motivation is personal to both those creating and benefiting from these inclusive efforts.
Bootifully Adaptive Halloween Costumes for Trick-or-Treaters of All Abilities
Adaptive costumes help to make Halloween more inclusive for all.
Target Hits the Bulls-Eye with Sensory-Friendly Clothing
As part of their ‘corporate responsibility,’ Target has integrated diversity and inclusion into its culture to better serve both employees and customers.
Design for Disability Outfits Cerebral Palsy Foundation Models with Fashion Creators
Cerebral Palsy Foundation, an organization transforming lives through research, innovation and collaboration.
eAerie Undergarment Line Uncovers the Untouched Beauty of "Real" Woment
The Aerie brand is geared toward younger women (teenagers and twenty-somethings), a demographic that often struggles with body confidence – regardless of whether one has a disability.