Challenging isms: Ableism in Media and the Fashion Industry – An Accurate Representation of the Population

Despite spending most of yesterday collating 6 months worth of pictures plus editing and grouping together pictures for some hopefully totally awesome pieces for the very near future, I fancied freestyling for a while and just chatting with you guys.  I’m going to see how it goes, so if you’re reading this, the following content has been deemed, by me, fit for publication.   I spend a lot of time getting fired up about things.  This used to be a pretty self destructive trait of mine as I would waste time being angry about things that I could do nothing […]

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Great strides for wheelchair fashion: New York fashion Week’s First Wheelchair Model – disability matters

With both New York and London Fashion weeks gaining fantastic media coverage as well as a huge public following over the last few weeks, I have hardly looked up from the pages of Grazia and away from the gorgeous (and sometimes a little strange) clothing that has been showcased from designers worldwide.  I could talk about the garments themselves  for a year and a day, but what has really excited me more than everything else combined is the appearance of the first disabled woman to ever ‘walk’ the catwalk at New York Fashion Week in a wheelchair. The stunning Dr […]

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