Updated 12:01 pm EDT, April 17, 2024

Published 01:16 pm EDT, April 16, 2024

Free Form Style: Representation and Comfort

By Kiki Khairy

Experience the inclusive fashion movement with Free Form Style and how it is challenging norms that embody diversity and style.

By Kiki Khairy

Updated 12:01 pm EDT, April 17, 2024

Published 01:16 pm EDT, April 16, 2024

Free Form Style is making waves as the leading Spanish label in designing fashion tailored to various disabilities. Founded by Marina Vergés and Carolina Asensio, the brand is committed to challenging norms and championing inclusivity. The philosophy of the brand asserts that fashion knows no bounds, especially when it comes to accommodating diverse needs. For Free Form Style, a single T-shirt can be transformative, bringing smiles and fostering a sense of belonging.

Reimaging Diverse

Their latest collection, ‘Work In Progress,’ debuted at the 080 Barcelona Fashion this week. Drawing inspiration from 19th-century American workwear, it retains the essence of the Old West while ingeniously catering to wheelchair users’ needs. This isn’t merely a nod to denim’s storied past; rather, it’s a reimagining tailored to suit diverse body types. Free Form Style designs with inclusion in mind, ensuring everyone finds representation in their pieces.

Free Form Style "Work in Progress" collection, during 080 Barcelona Fashion Week

The ‘Work in Progress’ collection draws from mid-19th-century American workwear. It adapts its styles for wheelchair users while honoring the spirit of the Old West. The runway showcased models of diverse shapes and abilities, a rare and impactful sight. The decision to showcase models of diverse shapes and abilities on the runway is commendable. It’s also essential in challenging the stereotypes and norms prevalent in the fashion world.

Free Form Style "Work in Progress" collection, during 080 Barcelona Fashion Week

By championing inclusion, Free Form Style not only showcases its prowess in fashion design but also becomes a beacon of advocacy. It inspires others to embrace diversity and accessibility. Fashion is a powerful medium for social change, and this initiative beautifully demonstrates its ability to promote inclusivity and representation.

Through their innovative designs and commitment to diversity, Marina Vergés and Carolina Asensio have created more than just clothing; they have crafted a movement. The legacy of their vision continues to shine brightly, illuminating a path towards a more inclusive and compassionate future in fashion.

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