For the second time, the Milan fashion stage will be welcoming inclusive fashion with the aim of bringing social contexts that are usually kept well away from the fashion industry to the international catwalks. This show will see models in wheelchairs and amputee models, there to show that there is no basis for diversity.
After the success of 2016, the spotlights are back on Inclusive Fashion, set up to raise money and achieving great results, while the No Profit communication created by Fondazione Vertical in 2011 is a Fashion Format that sees standing models with models in wheelchairs, and amputees, showing haute couture on the world’s catwalks. It’s a show where prosthetics and wheelchairs become “extensions of the clothes”, an added value, identified in the poise of the model, thanks to the collaboration of the company “Able to enjoy”, which customises wheelchairs based on outfit colours. Inclusive is Exclusive.