Disability and fashion

Entertainment & Culture

BBC make-up show Glow Up celebrating disability and diversity

BBC make-up show Glow Up celebrates disability and diversity by including two autistic contestants and a young girl with a…

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Lifestyle

Being blind doesn’t mean you can’t be fashionable

Clare Beetham, who is blind, breaks myths around visually impaired people not being fashionable, and how the fashion industry needs…

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Lifestyle

Madeline Stuart: diversity advocate and the world’s first Down’s Syndrome model

We speak to Madeline Stuart, the world's first famous model with Downs Syndrome who has appeared on runways across the…

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Lifestyle

Fashion faux pas: industry cuts out disabled people

In our recent survey with disability charity Leonard Cheshire, we found that 75% of disabled people's needs are not being…

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News

NORMCORE project showcases clothes made for people living with disabilities

Clothes that are practical for people with a range of disabilities are often lifeless and dull. The NORMCORE aims to…

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Entertainment & Culture

Disabled BBC weather presenter Lucy Martin’s catwalk debut

Listen In January, we spoke to Lucy Martin to find out what it is like being the first visibly disabled…

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Lifestyle

Disability and fashion: 5 adaptive clothing lines we love

Listen Buying clothes that make us look and feel good is something we all have a right to do, disabled…

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Entertainment & Culture

The Model Interview: Q&A with Shannon Murray

Listen Shannon Murray is a model, actress, writer and TV presenter from the UK who has trailblazed the way forward…

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Entertainment & Culture

Do mobility aids have to look so dull?!

Listen New DH contributor, Carrie Webster, shares this interesting article on her experience of trying to find fashionable crutches and…

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