September 01, 2020

Styling for Seated Fashion Online Event (Styling education for women in wheelchairs)

Christina Stephens, in partnership with Kymberly Louise (Styling Director, Brisbane Fashion Month) present "Styling for Seated Fashion", a first-of-its kind, online event to share tips and secrets for dressing with confidence, comfort and getting the most out of your wardrobe.

This is a unique opportunity for women in wheelchairs, family, friends, carers, health professionals and the mainstream fashion industry to learn styling tips and tricks to elevate and diversify looks for seated fashion.


30 minute tutorial video - created especially for women in wheelchairs wishing to dress with confidence, on-trend and with comfort.

Live Q&A following the tutorial, where Kymberly Louise, Fashion Stylist and Jessie Sadler, Founder of Christina Stephens, will be available to answer and discuss your questions.




- Women in wheelchairs

- Family and friends

- Carers and health care workers

- Mainstream fashion industry

- Students

There are so many opportunities in the inclusive and adaptive clothing industry, but our mission remains simple: To give women living with disabilities a CHOICE. A choice in fashion. A choice to be included. A choice to be heard.


Get your confidence & dignity back, and help pass it onto others.

Educate mainstream fashion consumers about the challenges (& solutions!) that women living with disabilities face.

Provide confidence to fashion stylists, carers and health care workers who assist women in wheelchairs.


Pre-event, you will receive a copy of the exclusive styling video tutorial, online live Q&A access details, the CS Lookbook W'20 and a discount code for the Christina Stephens store.

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