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Tommy Hilfiger's Adaptive line is continuing its mission to, as Mr Hilfiger says, "make fashion that is accessible to everyone, regardless of ability". For the Spring 2021 campaign, Tommy Adaptive tapped Australian Paralympian Rheed McCracken, who is currently training for this year's Tokyo Paralympics. The two time Paralympian represented Australia at the 2016 Rio Paralympics, repeating the success he had at the London Paralympics in 2012, where he won silver and bronze for the 100m and 200m T34 athletics events. “It was an absolute pleasure having a chance to be a part of the Tommy Adaptive Spring 21 campaign," Rheed tells us. "It gives a chance to showcase disabilities with fashion and show people that all abilities can wear great brands like Tommy with comfort and ease.” The collection comprises clothing for adults and children with disabilities, featuring easy closures, fits for prosthetic, ease of movement and seated wear. We're rooting for Rheed in his Tommy Adaptive. The collection is available now.