Image by Triple J Hack: Tim SwanstonOn 24 October 2019, Charlotte from Hello Yello Clothing and Lisa Cox, author, model and advocate, were featured on Triple J Hack talking about the need for inclusive clothing, the opportunities for companies willing to embrace inclusive design and the need to include people with disabilities in the design conversastion.Click on the video embedded in the story and here more from Lisa and see our MagnaReady shirts in use.The accompanying article can be accessed by clicking here.Or listen to the radio segment by clicking here and forwarding to 17 minutes and 30 seconds.
Ready, set, summer! I’ve searched far and wide for the best brands creating inclusive swimwear and stylish summer clothing. They’re affordable, functional, and most importantly, they look damn good. Check out this ultimate guide and you can hit the beach in style. 1. Sailor’s anchor ruffle suit from Byoót SuitThis custom designed anchor swimsuit will have you setting sail in no time! These suits allow for easy removal with stylish side buttons on each hip and incorporate moisture wicking technology — perfect for those who need to take frequent bathroom breaks.2. Possibly the cutest summer dress you’ve ever seen This floral shirt dress is perfect for work or your next coffee date.
Image by Style and Space: Jade GouldingOn 15 November 2018, Charlotte featured ion The Great Day Out talking about Hello Yello Clothing and why inclusive clothing is so important.The accompanying article can be accessed by clicking here.
No doubt every business owner gets asked how they came up with their name. When you start a specialist clothing store, you find you get asked this question a lot more. Especially when that name doesn’t obviously spell out what you're selling. I often get asked this question, so I decided it was time to put pen to paper (or fingers to keyboard) and share the story behind the name Hello Yello Clothing.At the very beginning… I started with a lot of brainstorming and a lot of research. I knew I had to think carefully about the brand and the image I wanted to present to customers and suppliers. One