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Target, Tommy Hilfiger introduce clothing lines for people with disabilities

Both Target Corp. and Tommy Hilfiger, a subsidiary of PVH Corp., are launching apparel lines that cater to people with disabilities.

Target is expanding its Cat & Jack children's clothing line to include apparel made for children and toddlers with disabilities, which will be available on the retailer's website on Oct. 22. The line, which Target announced on Oct. 18, will feature clothing with zip-off sleeves, diaper-friendly leggings and hidden openings for abdominal access.

Tommy Hilfiger's line will cater to adults with disabilities, according to a Racked report published Oct. 17. The brand will include 37 men's and 34 women's styles, using Velcro closures, magnetic flies and adjusted leg openings to make it easier for those with disabilities to get dressed, according to the report.