In the rapidly evolving fashion landscape, terms like sustainability, traceability, and gender neutrality dominate conversations. However, one concept that truly captures attention and fosters meaningful change is ‘inclusivity’. Inclusive fashion aims to cater to individuals of all abilities and disabilities, ensuring that everyone feels represented and valued.
According to World Health Organization (WHO), there are currently over 1 billion people worldwide with some form of disability. This number is projected to increase in the coming years due to factors such as population aging and the growing burden of chronic diseases. Additionally, the United Nations predicts that the global population aged 60 years or over will reach 2.1 billion by 2050.
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Source: Apparel Resources