Apparel Insight | Inclusiveness
Jaime Klein Daley
EVP, Strategy and Insights
One in five Americans identify as having a disability that makes dressing and expressing themselves more challenging. What should be a shared human experience becomes a frustrating exclusion. Leading brands like Tommy Hilfiger are taking note. By challenging long-standing design conventions like buttons and over-the-head openings on shirts, they are introducing innovations that make fashionable clothes wearable for everyone.