Australia and New Zealand’s first online adaptive fashion retailer, EveryHuman has announced their exclusive partnership with Tommy Hilfiger in Australia – an expansion of their offering to bring the Tommy Hilfiger Adaptive collection to customers.
EveryHuman will be the first Australian retailer to launch Tommy Hilfiger Adaptive. The partnership reinforces EveryHuman’s mission to empower people to independently express themselves and achieve their dreams, while sharing Tommy Hilfiger’s goal to bring modern and functional fashion pieces to over 5 million adults and children who are living with a disability. A huge milestone for an Australian startup company and a monumental step forward towards an inclusive and forward-thinking fashion industry.
EveryHuman founder, Matthew Skerritt said in a press release, “EveryHuman is excited to partner with a global brand that is prepared to make decisions based on their values by partnering with the adaptive experts in Australia and New Zealand. The synergy of the partnership is unsurpassable – a global brand partnering with an Australian start-up to provide their community with iconic and timeless fashions.”
The Spring 2020 Tommy Hilfiger Adaptive collection features the classic Americana cool that Hilfiger is synonymous with. Casual and relaxed styles complete in a primary colour range have been designed with practicality in mind. Subtle modifications have been added to the garments including easy closures, seated-wear solutions and even fits for prosthetics. Functional design twists mean the collection is also free from uncomfortable pockets and seams.
“I learned through having children with special needs how big an impact Tommy Hilfiger Adaptive can have,” said Tommy Hilfiger.
EveryHuman was created as a space to bring independence and confidence to the daily act of dressing and making adaptive clothing the mainstream. Enabling people with disabilities to wear clothes that make them feel empowered.
The Tommy Hilfiger Adaptive collection is available to shop now via the EveryHuman website.