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“Of course the Victory Swim line itself should appeal to non-Muslims. Who don’t want to show a lot of skin at the beach. But in fact, there are many other underserved market segments out there as well. People who require product designs that don’t work quite the same way as mainstream garments. Tempting rewards await clever marketers that identify these people and devise innovative solutions for them. These needs include monitoring medical conditions (it’s rumored that even Apple is developing smart fabrics for this purpose). Attractive face masks to wear in cities with excessive air pollution. Faux leather for vegans. Also, design tweaks like Velcro closures that companies like Smart Adaptive Clothing build in. So, to allow people with physical disabilities to dress with dignity.”
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