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Local moms zipping into adaptive fashion world

Posted by Joanne DiCamillo on

Moms of children with special needs know that sometimes the most routine task can be a struggle. For Nicole Puzzo, that struggle was putting pants on her youngest daughter, Stella.  Read the full article here.

zipOns adaptive pants reviewed on Gadgetgram

Posted by Joanne DiCamillo on

The befree zipOns are ultra-comfortable and easy-to-dress adaptive zipper pants for children and adults that are made with a soft and moisture-wicking fabric, featuring side-zippers on both sides of the legs from the ankles /...

Today on Be The Good with Kate: The amount of people who need adaptive clothing is a lot higher than you may think.

Posted by Joanne DiCamillo on

Messages of keeping faith in yourself and your ideas that could solve problems in this world, and a reminder to never take our individual abilities for granted.Joanne DiCamillo and Nikki Puzzo founded befree Adaptive Clothing...

Adaptive fashion show celebrates kids, adults with disabilities

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BOSTON — The 2nd annual Strut and Stroll virtual fashion show put on by the Massachusetts Spina Bifida Association is a virtual fashion show celebrating kids and adults with disabilities. The models are living with...

zipOns featured in 2022 Strut and Stroll

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SCOTIA, N.Y.; MILFORD, MA – The neighboring Spina Bifida Association chapters of Northeastern New York and Greater New England have paired up to offer their second annual Strut and Stroll, Virtual Fashion Show to educate,...

befree on Link Up with Lynette on KTLA channel 5 Los Angeles

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befree Co-Founders Nikki Puzzo and Joanne DiCamillo are featured on Link Up with Lynette on KTLA channel 5 Los Angeles. The segment talks about their adaptive line of pants called zipOns® and their participation in...

befree is one of four small business adaptive sponsors to participate in A Fashion Revolution LA

Posted by Joanne DiCamillo on
This 3-hour special event is the first of two annual Fashion Revolution Shows in 2022. More than 70 models of varying disabilities, ages, and backgrounds will showcase fashions from major global brands and, for the first time ever, small up-and-coming businesses.

Add to cart: 5 e-commerce startups in MassChallenge’s 2018 cohort

Posted by Joanne DiCamillo on

Anyone who’s had to wear a cast knows the hardship of finding clothing that covers it. Co-founders Nikki Puzzo and Joanne DiCamillo discovered this when one of their daughters underwent hip surgery and was forced...

East Boston is home to a different kind of start-up incubator

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BOSTON — Incubator sites are all over Boston and Cambridge, where entrepreneurs are hoping the next big high-tech idea could take off. In East Boston, there’s a different spin on that concept. It’s a facility...

Meet Nicole Puzzo and Joanne DiCamillo of befree in Swampscott

Posted by Felicia Santos on

Published August 21, 2018Today we’d like to introduce you to Nicole Puzzo and Joanne DiCamillo. zipOns® pants were inspired by Nikki’s daughter Stella, who has spastic quadriplegia Cerebral Palsy. At the age of 5 she...