“Being surrounded by differently abled people helps you to become more sensitive to them. The idea of making a clothing line started with Tilotama. Because of her practical challenges of going to school by herself, going to the toilet by herself… on a day to day basis,” he said.
“Clothes with buttons and zips are difficult for me but the clothes my father designs are very easy to handle,” said Tilotama.
“If I cannot move completely and freely, I need to concentrate on what my body can do. Concentrate on what we can do and what we are able to do. We worked on the idea of how to adapt beautiful clothes to people who cannot move like we do,” Murielle said.
“Recently, we designed ‘Move Ability’ pants for a lady in Mumbai who has a prosthetic leg,” he said.