Linor Goralik, writer, modern clothes researcher, communications director of Bezgranits, a project supporting people with disabilities, told us why special clothes need to be created for these people

Linor Goralik, writer, modern clothes researcher, communications director of Bezgranits, a project supporting people with disabilities, told us why special clothes need to be created for these people, why and how clothes influence our perception of the disabled community and why designers have difficulties addressing the topic, despite the existence of a large market demand.

About the speaker

Poet , writer, contemporary costume researcher, communications director of “BezGranits”. Born in 1975 in Dnepropetrovsk, graduated from the University of Beer-Sheva in Israel with a degree in Computer Science. Since 2001 lives and works in Moscow. The author of two novels (“No”, co-authored with Sergei Kuznetsov, and “Half the Sky”, in collaboration with Stanislav Lvovsky), two collections of short fiction stories and poetry, the author of a documentary book “Hollow Woman”, as well as of the famous comic book “The Hare Pts and its imaginary friends”. Permanent author at “Theory of Fashion”, “New Literary Review”, “Vedomosti” newspaper and other publications.

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