Christina Stephens is at Afterpay Australian Fashion Week 2022



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Transforming ‘mainstream fashion’

April 21, 2022

Award-winning designer and disability advocate Carol Taylor has announced she will partner with fellow adaptive fashion designer Jessie Sadler, with Sadler’s label to showcase their new designs at this year’s AFTERPAY Australian Fashion Week in May.
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‘It’s a revolution’: Adaptive fashion leaders team up in world-first

‘It’s a revolution’: Adaptive fashion leaders team up in world-first

April 14, 2022

Online adaptive fashion label Christina Stephens has offered clothing that is both stylish and easy-to-wear for men and women with disabilities since launching two years ago. But now, for the first time, that clothing will be designed by someone with first-hand knowledge of customers’ needs: quadriplegic designer Carol Taylor. 
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Join Christina Stephens at Afterpay Australian Fashion Week

April 11, 2022

Mercedes Benz runway designer, award-winning lawyer, artist and a disability advocate Carol Taylor is today joining Australia’s adaptive fashion success story Christina Stephens, as a partner and the world’s first quadriplegic fashion designer – with the aim to shake up the global ‘mainstream’ fashion industry.
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