The Shapes United founder on bringing adaptive clothing into the mainstream

Shapes United founder Penny Weber. Image supplied
Shapes United founder Penny Weber. Image supplied
In the emerging adaptive clothing marketplace, The Shapes United is at the cutting edge when it comes to product innovation. Founded by fashion designer Penny Weber, the brand – which offers adaptive and sensory options for people of all shapes, sizes, needs and abilities – has recently added a “seated jeans” range to its collection. The first of its kind in Australia, the jeans are specifically designed for people who use a wheelchair, or who spend most of their time sitting down.

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