Tears as viewers react to RTÉ’s newest TV show Fashion For All

Tears as viewers react to RTÉ’s newest TV show Fashion For All

From using a wheelchair or living with paralysis, any number of situations can inhibit your shopping experience when you're not typically able-bodied.

RTÉ’s Two newest six-part programme delves into the stories of people who wouldn’t typically be included in today’s fashion world.

Presented by Paddy Smyth, a Disability activist, the six-part programme will feature eighteen makeover candidates whose lives present a range of situations from blindness and obesity to down syndrome and dwarfism.

Last night viewers reacted to the first episode with a rollercoaster of emotions.

Did you miss the show? Catch up on the RTÉ Player here

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