Exclusively inclusive

Since February 2018, Kintsugi has been creating beautiful, useful, accessible apparel with disabled customers in mind. Our core collection features wardrobe must-haves, from skirts and tops to trousers and outerwear. We also have a mini range of t-shirts, each with a disabled pinup girl front and centre. 

Kintsugi is about better representation of diverse body types that fall outside the narrow boundaries set by mainstream fashion and media, particularly plus-size and disabled bodies.

Our customers are headstrong, unapologetic and refuse to take up less space in a society that tries to make them feel invisible. Our products are designed to reflect this attitude and ensure our customers are seen. 


Press coverage
"SilkFred is a fantastic website that is not only excited about the latest designers, but also about diversity in fashion"
SilkFred stocks 'inclusive' clothing brand
Drapers - February 17, 2020
""The brand is about empowerment – it’s a middle finger to the fashion industry’s reluctance to represent people who fall outside its narrow limits""
Why 2019 was a landmark year for disabled fashion
The Guardian - December 30, 2019
""It seemed to me that the fashion industry doesn't see disabled people as consumers and that was something I couldn't stop thinking about""
Kintsugi - Disability Conscious Clothing
Lancashire Life
Emma McClelland
emma@kintsugiclothing.com, 07738356038
Emma, a former features writer, founded Kintsugi in 2018 after seeing a TED Talk about inclusive design. She graduated from the Central School of Speech and Drama in 2010 with a Master's degree in Writing for Stage and Broadcast Media.
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