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Tommy Hilfiger dropped an all-new disability-friendly clothing line and the internet is shook


Social media users are applauding the Tommy Hilfiger brand for its spring collection of disability-friendly clothing.

Tommy Adaptive, an expansion of the company's adaptive clothing line, features stylish clothes for children and adults with disabilities.

It includes essential pieces like shirts, pants, shorts and dresses that are easy to put on thanks to magnetic buttons, adjustable hems and Velcro-brand closures.

The campaign also includes prominent figures in the disability community, such as 18-year-old autistic chef Jeremiah Josey, wheelchair dancer Chelsie Hill, Paralympic track-and-field gold medalist Jeremy Campbell and blogger Mama Cax, who has a prosthetic leg.

Many have been tweeting their praises about this new product.

The new Tommy Adaptive collection, which dropped on Thursday, is available for purchase online.

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