Disabled led, Unhidden was born from the lived experience of living with chronic illness and disability. Founder, Victoria Jenkins, brings a wealth of 14 years in the fashion industry to the table, redefining it through the lens of her own journey with disability. 
Conceived in the walls of a hospital room, Unhidden was Victoria's answer to a glaring gap in the market: fashionable, adaptable clothing that caters to the needs of people with disabilities, of all ages. 
Say goodbye to the medicalised, uncomfortable, outdated accessible clothing you know, and witness the revolution of fashion- adaptive fashion that is colourful, stylish and can be worn by any body. 
We’re all about not just saying we’re inclusive, we’re putting it into practice. Our team is disabled-led, we offer internship opportunities to aspiring fashion industry professionals from the disabled, chronically sick, neurodivergent and mental health community. We also only work with disabled models and love being able to lift up and spotlight the community during industry leading events like London Fashion Week! 
Our commitment to making our clothes accessible also extends to our price promise- we will never go on sale. The cost of out clothes are the lowest they can possibly be, while also ensuring they are made ethically and sustainably, using a fair-wage factory and deadstock fabric. 
We’re still at the start of our journey- by buying our clothes you’re also showing big name brands that we’re worth partnering with, and investors that we’re worth investing in. 
You can show us your #UnhiddenStyle by tagging us in your pictures on social media for a chance to be featured on our page.