Parsons School of Design graduate Lucy Jones has spent two years researching and developing a product line that redefines what a traditional fashion brand can do. Her pieces have been exhibited in the Museum of Modern Art in NY and now, she is launching FFORA, an accessible lifestyle brand designed specifically for the disability community.

FFORA’s products have earned acclaim from model and activist Jillian Mercado, Paralympic Gold Medalist Steve Serio, and many more for its elegant design and easy-to-use functionality.

FFORA’s first collection is comprised of three fashionable and functional accessories that are integral to manual wheelchair users daily lives.

Featuring a proprietary attachment system that allows their accessories to be compatible with 21 manual wheelchair brands and more than 170 different models, the FFORA Essentials Suite has been thoughtfully and carefully designed with extensive feedback from wheelchair users and the broader disabled community. Items are accessibly priced with handbags at nearly $105 plus the attachable system. 

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