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"But how does a blind man dress, to know what he chooses in his wardrobe?
How can he know if the T-shirt he has in his hands is white or black, or if it's a Medium or a Large one? "
Created by Estelle, a young thirty-year-old suffering from hereditary optic neuropathy, Hope Day is revolutionizing the way people dress by installing braille in the fashion industry.
With size or color indications written in braille on the lower right sleeve of each product, the visually impaired person recognizes and can choose their clothes as if they could see them normally.
Horizon Usher Foundation, finding the initiative honorable and encouraging, wanted to participate in the development of Hope Day by collaborating with the brand.
Thanks to this collaboration, you can choose the product you like directly in our shop.
And of course, as usual, part of your money will be donated to medical research.
So don't hesitate, get one of our products and help doctors work on future treatments !