Revolutionising Fashion: Unveiling Inclusivity for All Under 5ft with Our Expanded Clothing Lines

Revolutionising Fashion: Unveiling Inclusivity for All Under 5ft with Our Expanded Clothing Lines

Welcome to the world of inclusive fashion, where everyone is celebrated and embraced regardless of their size or stature. We are thrilled to re-introduce you to the world's first clothing brand designed exclusively for short stature people under 150cm.

Our journey began in 2020, with a mission to create clothing that catered specifically to women with dwarfism (Achondroplasia in particular). However, our experience at London Fashion Week in September 2022 opened our eyes to the fact that many other short stature individuals felt left out by the fashion industry as well. That pivotal moment ignited our determination to relaunch our brand and extend our reach to serve all short stature people, irrespective of gender or specific condition.

ALT: an open wardrobe with feminine and masculine clothing hung on white hangers
We recognise that short stature encompasses a wide spectrum of individuals, including (but not exclusive) those with conditions such as dwarfism, Down syndrome, SMA, brittle bone, cerebral palsy, Spina Bifida, growth hormone deficiency, as well as those who are naturally smaller in stature. Our relaunch will be a testament to our commitment to inclusivity, ensuring that no one is left behind.
With a brand new, more inclusive size chart, developed using measurements from over 100 short stature individuals with all kinds of proportions and conditions, we will cater to UK sizes 6-24 / XS to XL, approximately. But our dedication to inclusivity doesn't stop there – we have plans to further expand our size range in the near future, because we firmly believe that everyone deserves access to clothing that makes them look and feel amazing.
ALT: image shoes a pair of red pointed flat shoes on a white chair
In our new range, you can expect to find garments that are thoughtfully designed with different sleeve and leg lengths, tailored to perfectly fit individuals ranging from 3 feet to 5 feet tall. We understand the challenges that short stature people face when it comes to finding clothes that truly suit their unique proportions. That's why we're committed to providing solutions that prioritize both style and functionality. Additionally, we are excited to announce that we will be focusing on creating stylish shoes specifically designed for smaller feet, because we believe that every detail counts when it comes to feeling comfortable and confident in your own skin.
ALT: a fair skin person is photographed from the waist down. They wear a pair of denim jeans, with sandals and a black tote bag.
Timeless designs lie at the heart of our brand. We want our clothing to be more than just a fleeting trend; we want it to be a staple in your wardrobe, reflecting your individuality and defying the limitations that the fashion industry has imposed on short stature individuals. By using eco-conscious materials and adhering to ethical production practices in Europe, we aim to minimize our environmental footprint while ensuring that our garments are of the highest quality. This is also an important step in ensuring our prices are reflective of the quality of our garments, but also working towards becoming more financially accessible for our disabled customers who we understand, already have a higher cost of living.
ALT: image shows a pair of sandal kitten heels and a button-up knitted top in a pale pink.
We also want to address the unique needs of wheelchair users within our inclusive range. We understand that finding clothing that accommodates their seated position without compromising on style can be challenging. Therefore, our designs take these considerations into account, so that individuals who use wheelchairs can express their personal style effortlessly.
As we embark on this exciting journey, we want you to know that we are more than just a clothing brand. We are a community that embraces diversity, celebrates individuality, and empowers short stature people worldwide. We are currently in the process of raising the necessary investments to make our relaunch a resounding success, and we can't wait to share the outcome with you in the near future.
ALT: a person will caramel-coloured skin wears a pair of black patent smart shoes with black trousers.
Together, let's create a world where short stature is not an obstacle, but a source of pride. Our mission is to become the most inclusive "petite" clothing brand on earth, offering a comprehensive range that truly represents the diverse beauty of our community. So, whether you identify as someone with dwarfism, Down syndrome, SMA, brittle bone, cerebral palsy, growth hormone deficiency, or simply as a person with smaller stature, we've got you covered!
Stay tuned for our relaunch, and join us in redefining what inclusive fashion truly means. We're here to provide you with the fashion choices you deserve – because your size should never limit your style. Together, let's embark on this incredible journey towards a more inclusive future. to join our mailing list to be the first to hear about our re-launch, exclusive discounts, opportunities to invest in our growth, and behind-the-scenes footage of the journey to becoming the most inclusive short stature brand on earth! *we’ll never spam you, updates are sent fortnightly at most.
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I saw your latest post about adding more sizes and I am personally VERY excited. I am 4’6” but with I am just short I have no underlying issues. However being that height with larger hips I have zero luck finding pants with my inseam in the US. I cannot wait to see your new line and hopefully find pants for the first time in 15 years. Thank you and I can’t wait ❤️❤️❤️

Kendra Gagliano

I was a model recently in Breast Cancer Now’s The Show. I’m a wheelchair user as I’ve been disabled from birth, I’m small too but in the pandemic, I got diagnosed with breast cancer. It’s the first time Breast Cancer Now have had a wheelchair user in their show. I fully support what your company are doing.

Suzanne Bull

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