Tommy Hilfiger, in conjunction with designer Mindy Scheier, designed a collection for children with disabilities.
Scheier, creator of the non-profit foundation Runway of Dreams, collaborated with the brand's creative team to create easy-to-wear pieces for the thousands of children with special needs, who find it very difficult to put on and take off conventional clothes.
"[My son] really wanted to have the opportunity to wear jeans like other kids," the designer told People, who started the foundation after her son Oliver was diagnosed with a form of muscular dystrophy. "It hadn't even crossed my mind that it was going to be an option for her."
The garments, which are already on sale at a very affordable price, have magnetic closures instead of zippers, adjustable pants and can be removed and put in different ways.
"Our brand has always embraced the diversity of our customers," said Gary Sheinbaum, president of Tommy Hilfiger Americas, in a statement. "Runway of Dreams helped us better understand the unique needs of the community of people with special needs, and with this knowledge we hope to serve you better."
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