Ep 80: Fashion – Disability Visibility Project

Posted June 28, 2020 by Alice Wong Podcast

Ep 80: Fashion


Today’s episode is about fashion with Stephanie Thomas. Stephanie is a Disability Fashion Styling Expert and Founder and CEO of Cur8able, a business dedicated to the art and science of dressing with disabilities. For over two decades she’s researched clothing and retail trends exclusively for people with disabilities. As an amputee herself, Stephanie believes this is more than her profession, it’s her lived experience. You’ll hear about how she got into fashion, what it’s like being a disabled entrepreneur, what it means to be a stylist, and more.


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Stephanie Thomas, a Black woman with oval shaped eyes, round nose, smiling. Her chin is resting on her clasped hands. Her hair locs are pulled up in a high bun and wearing a sleeveless black top. The background is a grayish black backdrop. My condition’s name is Symbrachydactyly. I am a congenital amputee missing digits on my right hand and feet. Photo credit: Benjo Arwas @benjoarwas

Born a congenital amputee missing digits, Los Angeles-based Stephanie Thomas is the CEO [...]

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