Whimsical Meets Complex Care

a whimsical person or idea is unusual, playful, and unpredictable, rather than serious and practical.

Follow designer, Taylor Byrom for jolie hart, a collection of playful pieces for little girls with complex care needs. The clothing has been designed with function, style and wellness as its focus. Each piece is functional for children with Feeding Tubes, Tracheotomy Tubes, Wheelchair Dependency and Sensory Processing Disorders.

jolie hart will launch on April 17, 2013 at Kwantlen Polytechnic University’s The SHOW at River Rock Show Theater.


2 thoughts on “Whimsical Meets Complex Care

  1. I can’t wait to see the new line. My daughter is 3 and a half years old, but is extremely small because of her chromosomal disorder. She is one of four people ever known to have the disorder. At any rate, she is severely developmentally delayed, uses a wheelchair and is tube fed. She will LOVE! to see your ideas. She is full of spunk and has a fantastic smile. Her name is Delaney, by the way. Anyway, please keep us posted. We’d be happy to share our clothing experiences with you if you need any “real” world suggestions.

    1. Hi Kori,

      I am always looking for real world suggestions! I love hearing feedback even though the product is not yet available. Any suggestions are so appreciated as care is always evolving and every child’s needs are unique!

      If you and Delaney have anything you’d like to share right away please email me at taylorhart.designs@gmail.com I check that more frequently than here 🙂


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