In this episode of Add To Cart, we checkout Jessie Sadler, founder of adaptive clothing label Christina Stephens, which allows people with disability, dexterity issues, and changing bodies to wear clothes that are both functional and fashionable. In fact, Christina Stephens was on the runway at Australian Fashion week last year.
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They give fabulous insights into the strength, the guts, the strong mindedness and the determination that people with disability have to have to live a life.”
And those two are extraordinary, I give you that. But it does take you deep into the world of what it’s like to live with a disability and the challenges, the real, life-changing challenges that people experience if the disability is new to them rather than being born with it.
The Checkout is a short snippet of our conversations. To hear the full interview, tune in to our main episode below.
Jessie talks fashion, accessibility and bullet proof jeans!
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