WEAR THE DIFFERENCE

Will & Well believes no one has to suffer for the sake of fashion. That’s why we put every detail through obsessive testing.


Each piece that leaves our studio is a product of craft, technology and hours spent in pursuit of getting the smallest details just right.

SWIPEFIT

When comfort, simplicity and style come together, all you have to do is swipe and pull. Smooth over the soft and thin velcro to hold your clothing in place and adjust the drawstring to wear it either loosely or fitted to your waistline.
KIMONO BLOUSE

FRONT SLIT

Easy access through full-length zips. Designed especially to assist caregivers, parallel full length zips at the front allows the pants to open fully. No more tossing, turning or tugging just to put on pants.
UNISEX PANTS

LAUNCH COLLECTION

PRESS

Line of beauty - with a functional cut | The Straits Times

Line of beauty - with a functional cut | The Straits...

Her final-year project morphed into her own label, Will and Well, which focuses on making easy-to-wear clothes for those with special needs or disabilities. While other social enterprises help to train or hire beneficiaries, Will and Well is a for-profit business that aims to help people with disabilities through its apparel.
Elle Singapore feature

Clothes For The Disabled Should Matter | Elle Singapore

Fashion should be for everyone, no matter your age, size, ethnicity or gender. Unfortunately, the reality is that it’s not always made that equal. But a pair of Fashion Design and Textiles graduates from Lasalle College of the Arts is taking a step towards greater inclusivity in fashion.

Design for Good | Singapore International Foundation

Design for Good | Singapore International Foundation

Elisa was feeling uninspired about creating fashion for fashion’s sake. Then the final year fashion studies student at Singapore’s LASALLE College of the Arts got an unusual request from a doctor friend. "He was looking for someone to design clothes for his bed-bound patients. I agreed as I had been looking to do something more meaningful with my skills,"