September 26, 2021

VIDEO: 7news Brisbane chats to Christina Stephens about inclusive fashion

Watch Christina Stephens Founder Jessie Sadler and Disability Advocate Lisa Cox talk to 7News about inclusive fashion for women living with a disability.

VIDEO: 7News Brisbane interview with Christina Stephens

"Shopping can be hard for most women, but imagine having Parkinson's, arthritis or being in a wheelchair. A Brisbane designer has created a line of clothing with no fiddly trims that are easy to get on and off with dignity."



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