Fashion Meets Function

Scottish Rite’s new prosthetic devices initiative joins forces with By Way of Dallas to introduce influencer-designed artwork for our patients.

Each child who enters our doors carries their own narrative, sometimes with hurdles they want to overcome. At Scottish Rite for Children, our job is to do whatever it takes to give them back the childhood they’ve imagined.
Through a new partnership with By Way of Dallas, we can now help children embrace their individual style through personalized, fashion-forward prosthetics.

The Designers

Allowing kids to choose a unique design means they are in control of an important aspect of their social, emotional and physical journey: self-expression. These individually crafted prosthetic devices will feature designs by talented artists, influencers and athletes, including:


Dak Prescott and Jeremiah Jhass  

Dallas Cowboys quarterback and photographer

Dwight Powell

Dallas Mavericks player 

Dude Perfect

 Sports and comedy group

Hance Taplin

By Way of Dallas founder and creative lead

Pierce Simpson

Host, journalist, senior producer and director

Kirta Carroll

Legends Global Merchandise president 

Rachel Lindsay

Media personality, author and attorney

Tramaine Townsend


Temi Coker


The Sour Grapes

Art collective

Jordan Rogers

Former brand marketing director at Nike basketball
and current NIL and marketing consultant

“I love playing volleyball with the By Way of Dallas design on my prosthetic arm,” said Shaleigh, a patient at Scottish Rite for Children. “No matter what new activity I want to try, Scottish Rite always helps make it possible for me to play.”

“To inspire the kids who inspire us – that’s our goal,” said Hance Taplin, founder and creative lead of By Way of Dallas. “Prostheses are beautiful extensions of an individual, and we hope to remind each kid to live boldly and champion movement with a bit of extra style.”

As the collaboration continues, By Way of Dallas hopes to keep adding custom influencer designs for patients at Scottish Rite for Children who use prosthetic devices.