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Fashion & disability, it is possible

  • Number of users: 1

  • Director's name: Chris Ambraisse
  • Year of creation: 2006
  • Address: 14 rue Van Loo
    75016 Paris
    France Europe
  • Phone number: 06 70 08 44 80
  • Email: modeethandicap1@nullorange.fr
  • Go to website www.modeethandicap.fr/
Mode & disability... Two words that don't go together in the common mind and today's society! The association Mode & Handicap "it is possible...". ' has the ambition to reconcile these two terms

Organisation Project:

The origins: Mode & Disability association was created in 2006 the activities of the association: Creation of clothing for people with disabilities and able-bodied people to promote the social inclusion of persons with disabilities and to fight against any form of discrimination.

Organization of fashion shows featuring models with disabilities and valid, and with the creations of the association.

Organisation of events and manifestations of awareness on the theme of disability. Awareness campaigns involve both of persons with disabilities and able-bodied people.

Conducting exhibitions (scenic, pictorial, photographic) and debates and conferences with the disability with meetings with a valid and invalid public main theme (pupils, students, patients, professionals, parents, business executives, etc.).

Creation of mini-workshops (clothing creation activities: drawing, sewing, Assembly) including the active participation of children and adults in situation of disability and able-bodied.

Home, training and awareness of young students and young people in situations of physical or mental disability in fashion trades (dress creation) and making.



Our objectives: to allow isolated and/or suffering from handicap people access to ergonomic, design and stylish clothes.

Do social reintegration in working with persons with disabilities or in precarious situations.

Bring a technical and aesthetic solution on a sartorial plan for persons with disabilities.