Innovative mannequins challenge body shape stereotypes


To celebrate the United Nations’ International Day of Persons with Disabilities, Pro Infirmis, a Swiss organisation for people with disabilities, wanted to raise awareness that no one has a perfect body. The organisation worked with people with scoliosis (a curved spine), shortened limbs and a woman in a wheelchair. Each had a mannequin made to perfectly reflect their body shape which was then displayed in a high street store in Zurich’s main shopping street.

Read more over at the Daily Mail Online » 

A woman with a scoliosis stands next to a mannequin modeled on her image.

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