In this episode Laura interviews Alexandra Connell from http://PattiandRicky.com, an online department store that is inclusive of everyone.
Category: Changing Perceptions
Greetings Fashionability Listeners!
Welcome back to the channel, today is the 16th of September 2016 which marks the start of London Fashion Week here in the UK. But, despite the fact its 2016 there is an astonishing lack of disability representation on the catwalk. Why is this?
Joining us on the podcast today is model Kelly Knox, Kelly is a campaigner, model and performing artist. She first came onto the modelling and fashion scene when she won the BBC tv show Britain’s Missing Top Model and from there she’s gone on to work with brands like P&G and Marie Claire China. Today Kelly talks to co founder Emily about her experiences a model with a disability and her views on how the fashion industry needs to change its approach towards representing disability.
We hope you enjoy the programme!
Where To Find Kelly Knox
Facebook Page: Click here
Greetings Fashionability Followers!
In todays episode co founder Emily Davison talks with beauty blogger Tania Jayne of blog When Tania Talks. In this episode she talks with Tania about blogging, beauty tips and being a beauty blogger from the disability community.
Where To Find Tania
Tania’s Blog: www.whentaniatalks.com
Tania’s Twitter: @whentaniatalks
Tania’s Instagram: @whentaniatalks
In todays Fashionability episode co founder Emily Davison interviews beauty and lifestyle blogger Sarah Alexander from the blog Sarah in Wonderland.
In this Changing Perceptions Interview Emily talks to Sarah about beauty tips, blogging and perceptions towards disability and looking good.
Where To Find Sarah
Sarah’s Blog: www.sarahinwonderland.co.uk
Sarah’s Twitter: @WonderlandBlogs
Sarah’s Facebook: www.facebook.com/wonderlandblogs
Sarah’s Instagram: @wonderlandblogs
In today’s episode co founder Emily Davison is joined by London based fashion student at Kingston University Bianca Von Stempel. Bianca is currently in the final year of her fashion degree, her designs have been featured at London Fashion Week, but theres one small difference about Bianca. She also happens to be visually impaired. Join Emily as she talks to Bianca about her love for fashion and how she is trying to change perceptions towards sight loss with her creations.
Find Out More About Bianca
Visit Bianca’s Website: www.biancavonstempel.com
Visit Bianca on Instagram: @bvonstempel
Today we are joined by Alicia from the blog Spashionista to talk all about her experiences as a fashion blogger and her top tips on style when you are a wheelchair user.
Transcript To Follow.
Where To Find Alicia
Facebok Page: https://www.facebook.com/SpashionistaReport
In this episode of Changing Perceptions, Laura interviews the founder of Runway of Dreams, a non-profit organization that collaborates with the fashion industry to adapt mainstream affordable clothing lines with wearable tech for people with disabilities. Be sure to follow them on Twitter at @RunwayOfDreams1 and contribute to their Indy GoGo campaign at http://bit.ly/1AwLzc4.
Today on Fashionability we would like to introduce you all to the newest member of the Fashionability family, Vicky Kuhn. Vicky has been an avid blogger, disability campaigner and writer and now she joins us to discuss her blogging, her love for fashion and her views on the fashion industry and their perception of disability.
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Greetings Fashionability Listeners!
Welcome back to another episode of Changing Perceptions, the series that aims to showcase inspirational people, organisations and charities who are helping to revolutionise the way that the fashion industry perceives and caters to people with disabilities.
In todays episode co founder Emily caught up with
blogger at Bold Blind Beauty. Join them as they talk all things beauty, fashion and lifestyle and here Steph’s story on how she is blogging to make fashion more accessible.
All Steph’s and our social links can be found below.
Where to Find Steph
Where Else to Find Fashionability
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/fashionabilitychannel?ref=br_tf Facebook
iTunes Podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/fashionability/id920900206?mt=2
Information on the Charity
Living Paintings is a charity based in the UK who are producing tactile guides and images with audio descriptions to make the visual arts and visual culture accessible to people with sight loss of all ages.
Please Note: The charity offers a free library service to all of its members, to find out how to become a member please contact the charity directly via the details below.
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Where to Find Living Paintings
Telephone: 01635 299 771
Fashion Discovery Hub: http://www.livingpaintings.org/discovery-hub/fashion/