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Check out these photos from the Fashion Accessibility Project

When the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) turned 25 in 2015, the milestone sparked a movement in the fashion design industry. Many designers began creating clothing and fashion for those with disabilities; their solution-based designs allowed these pieces of practical and stylish clothing to solve problems rather than create them.

This past weekend ArtsEmerson and Epicenter Community teamed up to create something unique, New England’s very first fashion accessibility event. The event took place in front of a sold out audience at the Emerson Paramount Center’s black box theater.

Designers include Ray Grand of Ray Grand Apparel, Joelle Fontaine of I Am Kreyol, Peda Edouard of Mathmatik Athletics and Jay Calderin of Boston Fashion Week will be designing custom pieces for our amazing models Heather Watkins, Keith Jones, Donald Washington, Cheri Blauwet, Eli Wolff, Laura Ferrone, Marty Harris, Brooks Bard, Jessica Mayer and Hailey Boyan.

Fashion Accessibility Project

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Leadership“ArtsEmerson puts the world on stage and screen to help us understand our world, celebrate our place in it, and explore how we each can contribute to its transformation. We are passionately committed to delivering exceptional experiences for our audiences and operate from the belief that the arts belong to everyone. We invite you to come with us to places you have not been and share experiences you could not anticipate but will never forget. And, if you are so inclined, to engage with a room full of fellow travelers (who are your neighbors) to sort it all out. Let us begin to rediscover our community through the shared experience of art and conversation.”

– ArtsEmerson Leadership Team