Shropshire Star, 26 June 2018

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“A mother from Market Drayton has embarked on an ambitious mission to change the face of the fashion industry by making it more accessible for people with special needs.

“Donna Edmunds’ six-year-old daughter Kitty has Angelman Syndrome, a genetic disorder that affects the nervous system and causes severe physical and intellectual disability.

“The youngster spent the first three years of her life crawling around on the floor and wore holes in the knees off all of her trousers.

“Wishing that more durable clothing existed, her 37-year-old mother founded Kitted Clothing, a new fashion brand catering specifically for people with special needs.

“Despite having no prior experience of fashion design, Donna has made a number of prototypes.”

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