The $400 billion adaptive clothing opportunity

The global market for adaptive clothing is expected to be valued at nearly $400 billion by 2026. The costs of creating lines for differently abled customers are comparable to launching an extended sizing collection, but brands need to spend time talking to medical professionals. There is demand for styles that are fashion-forward as well as functional, but higher-end labels still lack appropriate points-of-sale.

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