Fashion design with people, for people

Portraitbild Anna Flemmer, schaut lächelnd in die Kamera, orange-rötliche, Schulterlange Haare, schwarzes Oberteil darunter ein beige-gemusterter Rollkragenpulli
Portraitfoto hochkant, Person lächelt frontal in die Kamera, Bildaussschnitt bis Hüfte, trägt schwarze Hose gemusterten Rolli mit schwarzem Top drüber, Schulterlange, orange-rötliche Haare

Fashion design with people, for people

Inclusion touches all of us. That’s why I design clothing and assistive pieces for the everyday, which blind people and people with visual impairments can use to improve their interactions with fashion.

And because my aim is to achieve accessibility, we all benefit.

Embodying inclusion

Are you looking for a speaker who knows the fashion industry and wants to revolutionize it?

Are you interested in booking a workshop director in the area of fashion design? Or are you a start-up investor with a passion for founding a fashion lab that highlights inclusion?

Design Thinking

What difficulties do blind people face when it comes to fashion? How can I as a designer or business owner make others more self-reliant?


From my conversations with people who experience extreme vision impairments and blindness, I learn things such as how difficult it can be to tell the difference between the inside and outside of a garment based on how the fabric feels. And much more.


I conceptualize sustainable solutions for fashion and assistive devices.
The most sophisticated sketches are ultimately brought to life and tested.

Fashion for everyone

The products can be anything from reversible garments or gender-neutral clothing to care instructions printed in braille.

My services


We develop inclusive, accessible design strategies together. We seek out process-oriented solutions that hit the mark with our target group.


What is inclusion exactly, and what does it have to do with design? I’m happy to talk through the answers to these questions as a way of inspiring and raising awareness among researchers, business owners or anyone interested in fashion.

Inclusive design concepts

It’s time to start designing utopias together. How does an accessible design concept work? I’m a professional seamstress and fashion designer, and during my conceptual phase I’m in constant conversation with other experts on the topic: people with visual impairments.


I advise others in the area of accessible design. My input helps to sensitize you or your company to new ideas and perspectives. In doing so, we’re crafting the transformation toward sustainability, inclusion and accessibility.
Foto: verschiedene Materialien wie Reißverschlüsse, Bänder und Garne liegen nebeneinander auf einem weißen Hintergrund
Foto hochkant, Zwei Personen halten ein blaues Kleidungsstück in der Hand, die rechte Person hält den Stoff an ihr Gesicht


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Danke für deine Nachricht!

Zurzeit befinde ich mich in der Babypause. Daher bitte ich um etwas Geduld für das Beantworten der Mail. Ich bin ab dem 20.07. wieder erreichbar und beantworte ab dann meine Mails in regelmäßigen Abständen von zwei Wochen.

Bis dahin bleiben meine Mails sicher verwahrt in meinem Postfach. Für Kooperationen, Projekte und Aufträge bin ich ab November 2022 wieder offen.

Ich freue mich auf die neue Herausforderung, aber auch auf die Zukunft als selbstständige Mutter.

Beste Grüße, Anna Flemmer 


Hello, thank you very much for the message. At the moment I am on my baby break. Please be patient for me answering the mail. I will be available again from twentieth of July.

Then I will answer my mails in regular intervals of two weeks. Until then, my mails will remain safely stored in my mailbox.

I will be open again for collaborations, projects and orders starting from November 2022. I am looking forward to the new challenge, but also to the future as a self-employed mother.

Best regards, Anna Flemmer