Disabled people are part of largest minority in the world, but despite the large size of the community, these individuals often go unnoticed in their respective industries. The fashion industry, with its luxurious runways and coveted exclusivity, is particularly guilty.
“I just love showing people that just because you’re in a wheelchair doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy fashion as much as everyone else.” Sophie Bradbury-Cox, a disabled fashion content creator from the UK, said in her Instagram Story. Bradbury-Cox, an avid fan of rainbows and leopards, is one of many globally influential people with disabilities who are making strides for the disability vision in fashion. , like a model Emily Barker and Aaron Rose Philipwho have worked with brands MoschinoCollina Strada, and Maisie Wilen during Fashion Week.
Barker told POPSUGAR: “There should be more than one person with a disability in each program. by 2021 interview.
Although there is still a lot of work to do agent is disabled on the runway and in modeling campaigns as the norm and not the exception, influencers going ahead are creating a space for people with disabilities in the fashion sector.
Scroll to learn more about how they rocked things while embodying unique senses of style and calling for representation. If you’re in need of fresh outfit inspiration on your Instagram feed, following these people will definitely help too.