Tommy Hilfiger Partners With Aussie Start-Up

The global powerhouse aligns exclusively with EveryHuman.

By Terry Christodoulou 25/09/2020

The presence and availability of Tommy Hilfiger’s inclusive range is set to expand across Australia and New Zealand following an exclusive partnership agreement with local adaptive fashion retailer, EveryHuman.

The new alignment sees EveryHuman become the sole wholesale partner for Tommy Hilfiger’s ‘Adaptive’ range through a shared desire to bring modern and functional fashion to those living with disability – an issue close to Hilfiger, who cites his own children, some of whom suffer from autism, as inspiration.

“The synergy of the partnership is unsurpassable – a global brand partnering with an Australian start-up to provide their community with iconic and timeless fashions,” states EveryHuman founder Matthew Skerritt.

Catering to the one in five Australians who live with a disability – just let that number linger a little – EveryHuman offers fashion focused functional garments equipped with subtle adjustments, such as magnetic closures, one-hand zippers for shoes and elastic-waisted trousers.

Previously available only on the label’s main international website, the Tommy Hilfiger Adaptive range is now directly available via EveryHuman’s Australian site.

Tommyhilfiger.com ; everyhuman.com.au

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