Sustainable (ADAPTIVE) Fashion Production: AFRIVAULTS Concept Partners Local Health Authority, Non For Profit Organization

Sustainable adaptive fashions has moved to become the future of the fashion industry across the globe.

According to Otagburuagu Richard Obinna ,is taking advantage of estimation of up to 13% of Nigerians and more of African pollution with functionality difficulties in at least one domain to sale the brand.

Otagburuagu Richard Obinna the creative director of Afrivault Concept ,a clothing brand said in a chat with National Ambassador, newspaper, that his involvement to assist the local health authority through public and private partnership to produce sustainable adaptive clothes for people with disabilities (PWD) is to create inclusion in the fashion space and industry, which will be catalyzed.

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Otagburuagu, disclosed that becoming the first within our locality to produce and retail the sustainable Adaptive Fashion or clothing collection into the market space moved the brand, and also created a huge market share for the company’s brand ‘Afrivault’.

He further stated “We have produce childrens wear with inclusion of a sensory-friendly pieces, with heat transferred label in place of tags, flat seams and one – dimensional graphic tees to minimize discomfort in children with sensory processing sensitivities” the creative director added.

The creative director revealed that having a background in communication and control system Engineering, the brand has extensively been involved in research to promote and create revenue for the clothing brand through production of innovative fashion crafting and designs.

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“We have extensively been involved in research to promote and create revenue for our clothing brand through production of innovative fashion crafting and designs”.

The brand Chief said “Adaptive clothing has been in our design of collections since three years now, which we designed to meet with both fashion and medical needs of PWD- people with disabilities or limited mobility and primarily accommodate individual needs such as clothing designed for wheelchair users or people with prosthetic limbs”.

Engr Otagburuagu said that by this time next year, the brand will be hosting a special session fashion exhibition for the Adaptive Fashion Collections.