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How can fashion retailers represent and accommodate disabled people?
Hello! I’m Sophie Morgan, patron for Scope. I’m passionate about everyday equality for disabled people and the work Scope is doing to help achieve this. I am currently working on a personal project that is looking into how fashion retailers can represent and accommodate disabled people better. I would absolutely love to know how you would like to see the high street change to improve the shopping experiences for disabled consumers!
For example, if you could design your ideal shop/space that better represents and accommodates disabled people, what would it look like? e.g. would you have audio descriptions of clothing? Use disabled models? or have a space for wheelchair attachments?
Any thoughts, comments and ideas would be much appreciated!
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