An inspiring feel-good news story about a sewer and garment designer who has developed, and now sews a line of clothing for girls with complex health care needs. Canadian designer Taylor Byrom retails her functional and unique clothing line Jolie Hart at Etsy, combining a beautiful style and wellness into each design. Byrom launched her girls adaptive clothing line as part of her graduation project at Kwantlen Polytechnic University. Playful tops and bottoms are created with such features as hidden welt openings for tubes, soft fabrics, functional plackets for easy tube access, the ability to widen necklines, removable jacket backs, and soft tags for comfort.
Read more about the Jolie Hart clothing line right here at CBC.
Watch Owner and Creative Director Taylor Byrom shares TAYLORHART DESIGNS and the launch of the company’s first brand Jolie Hart.
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