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Skims launches adaptive collection

Skims launches adaptive collection

Kim Kardashian’s shapewear line has expanded with a new adaptive collection that caters to a wider range of body types and sizes.

With each Skims piece, including a bralette and briefs, with closures situated towards the front of the garment and body for convenience and simple mobility, the adaptable line intends to fill a need in the accessible market.

In contrast to stiff zippers, heavy magnets, and Velcro that catches, Skims has incorporated ultra-lightweight micro bonded technology to the closures, which are designed to mold to the body and not dig in to ensure no visible below garments.

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Skims has partnered with American Paralympic track and field athlete Scout Bassett to introduce the adapted line. “When I tried these very soft pieces, the hook and eye closures made getting dressed and arranging my regular clothes so much easier,” she said in a statement.

My mission is to make the world a more equal and accessible place for everyone, thus I enjoy collaborating with a company that is constantly evolving and developing innovative solutions with the same ethos in mind.”

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The first Skims adaptable collection contains a bralette, boy shorts, thong, and briefs in four neutral colorways: clay, sienna, cocoa, and onyx, and sizes XXS – 4X. The thing costs 18 pounds, while the bralette costs 32 pounds.


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