January 15, 2021

Christina Stephens the label : Fashion and Inclusivity 2020

Presented during Brisbane Fashion Month 2020!

In a year where inclusivity and diversity has been at the forefront of global media and debate, we encourage you to hear from industry experts on this all-Australian panel, as they discuss the opportunities and importance of inclusive fashion and inclusive representation in the fashion industry.

Panellists:

Lisa Cox – award winning writer, author, presenter, female changemaker, motivational speaker and mentor for #VisabilityforDisability

Kymberly Louise - Brisbane Fashion Month styling director and Brisbane fashion authority

Jessie Sadler – founder and director of Christina Stephens, Australia’s newest inclusive clothing label for women living with movement and dexterity challenges and reduced vision

This panel will be expertly moderated by Katrina Blowers, Seven newsreader and senior journalist, host of the Claiming Your Confidence podcast, MC and speaker.

Guests will receive light catering and a BFM gift bag including the Pocket Guide to Brisbane Fashion.

Please note this is an exclusive event for a maximum of 60 attendees in accordance with Brisbane Fashion Month's Covid safe event plan. Attendees' residential address and phone number will be recorded with your ticket purchase but will be kept confidential.

Brisbane Fashion Month is presented by Breakfast Creek Lifestyle Precinct.

Tickets on sale now. $40 pp.

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