Are you interested in tapping into one of the largest overlooked markets in the fashion industry? Return on Disability (ROD) reports that People with disabilities, their family, and their friends have over 8 trillion dollars in disposable income.
How do you explore ways to expand your market to reach fashion customers with disabilities with as little risk as possible while navigating industry-wide disruption? Let’s talk about a path forward. What are the first steps? What are the new norms to consider in the time of COVID-19? You are not alone on this journey. Please email me below for more information.
Stephanie’s Short Bio
Born with Symbrachydactyly, I am a Congenital amputee missing digits on my right hand and feet. Los Angeles-based Stephanie Thomas is the CEO of Cur8able, a disability fashion stylist, and editor of Cur8able.com, a lifestyle website at the intersection of fashion and disability. She curates the site according to her Disability Fashion Styling System. Also, Stephanie is a trusted voice actor, audio describer, and member of the SAG AFTRA persons with disabilities committee.
Stephanie holds graduate degrees in communication and fashion journalism. She lectures in fashion marketing, advocacy communication, fashion journalism, and styling. She is also the editor and author of Fitting In: An Anthology of the Social Implications of Fashion and Dressing with Disabilities, coming Spring 2021.