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This Fashion Company Makes Awesome Prosthetic Covers For Amputees

By Jaime Lutz

Prosthetic limbs are usually designed more for function than style, which makes sense, obviously—but it can be a bummer for people who also, you know, wanna look fresh. That's where the Canadian company Alleles comes in. 

"[When] we started the Alleles studio, we were trying to solve a style problem," said the company's founders, McCauley Wanner and Ryan Palibroda on their website. "Not a limb one. In an industry saturated with robotic aesthetics and clunky contours, our prosthetic covers endeavour to transform something mechanical into something mechani-chic."