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Leading the $400B Adaptive Clothing Market

Leading the $400B Adaptive Clothing Market

The adaptive clothing market is tipped to reach $400B US by 2027, according to Fashion Writer & Commentator, Glynis Traill-Nash. Christina Stephens is thrilled to be one of the pioneering adaptive fashion labels in Australia. 
What Clare brings to the adaptive clothing table

What Clare brings to the adaptive clothing table

If you're reading this, you've probably read some other stuff from Clare, like a Christina Stephens email, or a social media post or three on adaptive fashion. 
The Significance of the Emergence of Adaptive Fashion

The Significance of the Emergence of Adaptive Fashion

For Jess Cochran, seeing disabled, queer, plus-sized models amidst others from diverse and marginalised communities walking the runways of MFW was a moment they had dreamt of many times. This is their take on the significance of the emergence of adaptive fashion.
What Really Goes on BTS at an Accessible Photoshoot...

What Really Goes on BTS at an Accessible Photoshoot...

Sexy photos, right?! Thanks! We think so too. But what you might not see in these selectively styled, perfectly poised images, is the laser precision and the extra attention to detail that goes into coordinating an accessible photoshoot.
About time: Why The Iconic’s Adaptive Fashion edit is drawing praise

About time: Why The Iconic’s Adaptive Fashion edit is drawing praise

This week, online marketplace The Iconic became the first major ANZ retailer to launch adaptive clothing, with 130+ pieces across menswear, womenswear and kidswear from brands such as Tommy Hilfiger Adaptive, Brisbane’s Christina Stephens, and Melbourne-based JAM The Label.