[R E S E T] reinvents conservative adaptive clothing by providing a sense of freedom and a new vision. Aims to serve as an inspiration and generates a new approach to transforming adaptive clothing for ageing and mobility challenge people. It promotes design thinking as fundamental to progressive social change and is a passionate proponent of applying social impact and human-centred design research to international aid and development work.
Clothing plays an important part of living well with people with disabilities, as the choice of clothes, in particular, can affect symptoms. Restrictive clothes and fabrics can exasperate or trigger the freeze response or other symptoms.
[R E S E T] directly engage with ageing communities and disability groups to co-design dressing solutions. The goal is to improve their lives substantially by creating customised solutions keeping in mind individual’s needs, which includes the all-important "look" and "self-confidence" factors alongside that of functionality. Raising awareness and bringing humanness at every level will allow them to be more independent and highly valued.
Researching on new innovative products with a combination of wearable technology and fashion are the ways through which [R E S E T] will provide solutions. Intensive analysis of materials will focus on developing new multifunctional surfaces and materials with tailored properties and predictable performance for new products and processes.