Asos is praised for ‘leading the way’ in inclusive fashion after developing disability-friendly clothing line in collaboration with a Paralympic athlete
An image of a model using a wheelchair on ASOS has been praised by shoppers
The brand hired BBC’s Chloe Ball-Hopkins to model their new jumpsuit
Chloe received a flood of support from others after sharing her work on Twitter
Shoppers have praised ASOS after it created a range of clothes designed specifically for people with disabilities.
Paralympian Chloe Ball-Hopkins was enlisted to work in a new collaboration with online retailer to create a range of disability-friendly clothing.
Sharing the news on Twitter Chloe revealed she had worked with ASOS for several months to achieve a wheelchair friendly design which she also modeled.