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  • Vogue Shows Style With Disability Special Edition

    Vogue Shows Style With Disability Special Edition

    Disability is now in Vogue! Because Britain’s leading fashion magazine dedicated its latest edition into looking into style for those with a variety of impairments, as well as interviewing and photographing many leading lights in their professions who just happen to be disabled. British Vogue has given much of its May issue to what they call a
    new vanguard of disabled talent.

  • Help Make Fashion More Accessible

    Help Make Fashion More Accessible

    Disabled, female and into fashion? I so you may be able to help a student who is doing her dissertation on the the fashion industry’s attitude to disability. Catalina, who is studying at a London based school of fashion and design is planning to conduct a focus group on Zoom with female volunteers to discuss problems in finding suitable outfits and look for solutions to making fashion more accessible.

  • Watch Beauty Influencer Tess on the Daily Sib Show

    Watch Beauty Influencer Tess on the Daily Sib Show

    Sheffield-based inclusive beauty and fashion influencer Tess Daly is one of the latest participants in a series of filmed interviews by a leading disabled businessman and blogger.
    Tess and Martyn Sibley were filmed speaking for an hour during which they talked about subjects including their experiences as people with Spinal Muscular Atrophy, making businesses more open and dealing with trolls.

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When I moved to Sheffield nearly five years ago it was my "go to" organisation. I expect it to stay that way. All the staff and volunteers seem to pull out little gems of effort that disabled people like me couldn't do without. Professionally and personally - I love em :)
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