Uniteable is launching an inclusive fashion line today.
The Austin, Texas-based brand, which will start with two styles of women’s pants for the launch, is designed for amputees, the chronically ill and women in wheelchairs. “It’s a very underserved market, and the primary audience for our product is in the disabled community,” said Brittany Burke, founder and CEO of Uniteable Inclusion Fashion.
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According to Burke, the company is on a mission to create a movement of inclusivity while providing fashionable, functional clothing for various body types and needs.
The first pant style is an adaptive skinny pant created to serve amputees who require access to their prosthetics, as well as the chronically ill so they can have overall easy dressing solutions. The second is a seated flare designed with wheelchair users in mind. The skinny is available in black and charcoal gray, and the seated flare in