For many of us, dressing ourselves in clothes that look good and fit our bodies comfortably is something we take for granted. For those dealing with severe arthritis, amputations, multiple sclerosis and other physical disabilities, shopping for clothes can be more of a challenge. Enter Xeni, a clothing line started by Ann Oliver, a former architect with MS. The line of clothing addresses some of the shortfalls of conventional garments, replacing buttons with magnets, for example, and accommodating prosthetic limbs and medical accoutrements.