Wearing all kinds of clothes can be a bit difficult for differently abled people. To make life easier for disabled people, a woman in New York has launched a special line to make it easier to get dressed and undressed. This special line of clothing called ‘Amped Up,’ was launched in New York City on Saturday, and has been created by a designer, who is an amputee herself. After facing difficulties with finding trousers that she could change into with ease, amputee Eman Rimawi decided to take things into her own hands and designed her own clothing line. The line features trousers with velcro fastening which can be opened all the way to the top of the leg, so that above-the-knee amputees can put them on and take them off with ease.
The clothing line, which will change the lives of e differently abled, will be launched soon.
[Via – Rt]