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British students have developed clothing for children with cerebral palsy

Date: June 25, 2024 Time: 12:01:28

Students from the British College of Design have designed clothes for children with cerebral palsy. The project was carried out in collaboration with the Dobroserdie charitable foundation. During the immersion, the students learned about the difficulties faced by the organizations under their care: the body is fixed in one position, which makes the process of changing clothes particularly challenging. Families also noted the overall challenge of choosing outerwear, so many students focused on designing bombers, jackets, and sweatshirts.

The students had to solve two key tasks: functionally adapt the items to the needs of the models and take into account their personal preferences in clothing. The project consisted of several stages: the students collected information from open sources, used visual analysis, conducted interviews and tested various hypotheses, and also visited the children to understand their lifestyle.

The products were highly appreciated by parents. They noted that the clothing is technologically advanced and facilitates the daily ritual of changing clothes. The models were also happy: for example, the students delighted Tatyana Skoblikova, who had long dreamed of an evening dress. The students sewed an original designer dress for the girl. The inspiration for the image was the outfits of Tatyana’s favorite heroines – Anna and Elsa from the cartoon “Frozen”.

Previously, “Britishka” announced a training competition in the “Scenography” program. It will last until July 11. We talk in more detail here.

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Hansen Taylor
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