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.
As a fashionable physical therapist, Tommy Hilfiger’s adaptive line just made me really happy— Dr. A (@billibrook) April 5, 2018
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.
Tommy Hilfiger’s adaptive collection is AMAZING and a step in the RIGHT direction. Absolutely over the moon and wish I could buy everything for those who require it😍❤️— Pippa (@PippaPhippa) April 5, 2018
Many have been tweeting their praises about this new product.
The new Tommy Adaptive collection, which dropped on Thursday, is available for purchase online.