An exhibition shown at the Smithsonian Design Museum, “Access+Ability,” showcases a slew of fashion items in flashy colors and unique designs. At first look, a visitor to the exhibition might not realize that the show features items designed for people with disabilities like cerebral palsy. But that’s exactly the goal of the installation: a “generational change in thinking.” From sporty zip-around Nike shoes, to fancy bejeweled hearing aids, to easy-on dress shirts with magnetic closures instead of buttons, designers have taken a second look at creating items with everyone’s abilities in mind.
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