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Grace Jun    

Executive Director of Open Style Lab; Expert on Disability and Design

Grace is an Assistant Professor at the School of Fashion at Parsons School of Design. She serves on FIT Museum’s Body Advisory Committee and holds a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) and a masters in Design & Technology from Parsons.

From designing graphic interfaces for smart phones and wearables, to constructing accessible blazers for women with breast cancer, Grace's work examines the intersection of fashion & technology. Focused on socially responsible design, she uses code and craft to make interactive explorations that further support her role at Open Style Lab (OSL), a non-profit organization.


Designing for All Abilities - The New York Times

Grace Jun is the executive director of Open Style Lab, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to design functional and fashionable clothing for people with disabilities. Her organization worked with 15 students at Parsons School of Design at the New School. Credit Hilary Swift for The New York Times. Shopping for and ...

Multibillion-Dollar Retail Opportunity In The Adaptive Clothing ...

The adaptive clothing category is filled with similar stories, and Grace Jun is championing the efforts of those designing adaptive fashion. Jun, a designer ...

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