General Article Disabled fashion designer bringing inclusive clothing brand to Cambridge

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Unhidden will be the first adaptive clothing brand sold in Cambridge.

By Becca Field

Clothing designed for disabled people will be available in Cambridge as a brand new company moves into a city shopping centre.

Unhidden, an adaptive clothing brand that designs garments for disabled people, will host events that raise awareness of the need for inclusivity in the fashion industry as it moves into The Grafton Centre.

Unhidden will be in the shopping centre this coming Sunday (August 3) and every Sunday for the next three months.

The fashion brand has partnered with retail tech startup Sook to make them the first-ever adaptive clothing brand to be sold in Cambridge.

It has been been working to achieve inclusivity in the fashion industry since its launch in November of last year.

The founder and CEO of Unhidden, Victoria Jenkins, explained why clothing designed for disabled people was necessary and why the issue was close to her heart.

Victoria is a fashion industry veteran and was insp...

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