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Harriet Eccleston is the adaptive fashion designer making her mark at LFW

Posted On: 27 Oct 2021   |   Posted By: Dazed

Harriet Eccleston is the adaptive fashion designer making her mark at LFW

While fashion sometimes moves too swiftly a pace to even keep track of, the process of diversifying its catwalks is happening at a glacial pace. Yes, we are finally seeing a broader range of shapes, sizes, colours, and genders grab the spotlight they deserve, meaning it would be easy to assume that adaptive fashion was having an equally heart-warming surge. In reality, the fashion-starved disabled community continues to be be passed over again and again. However, to combat the stylehellip;

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