Inclusion, Equity & Social Justice Video South Africa

#BeautifulNews: “Fashion should be inclusive.” Introducing SA’s first-ever range of braille clothing

If your clothes could talk, what would they say? Designer Balini Naidoo believes an outfit can do more than make a statement. Naidoo’s uncle is visually impaired, and she realised he struggled to identify his clothing. Choosing what to wear and reading the size and wash care details on a label can be a challenge for people who can’t see. “Fashion should be inclusive,” Naidoo says. So she began creating garments which enable people to become more self-reliant. With her range of braille apparel, she’s altering the industry.

Read Balini Naidoo's full story here.

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