Give your patients something special in 2021
Unless you have some pretty special crystal ball gazing skills, 2020 has likely thrown a few curve balls at you, and your patients.
Christina Stephens is giving you the opportunity to stand out in your field and give your patients MORE… More options, more choice and more confidence to feel great in their skin.
The Brisbane-based adaptive fashion label is calling for physiotherapists, occupational therapists, general practitioners, pharmacists, and any allied health outlets to stock more inclusive, and more fashionable clothing for women with disabilities.
Their collection caters for a range of disabilities with adaptive clothing options such as wide leg pants to allow for lower-leg and post-surgical medical devices (e.g moon boots, braces and casts), leaf back shirts, perfect for assisted and unassisted dressing, all with velcro and elastic instead of zips and buttons. And all easy-on, easy-off. One of their best sellers is their black tapered pants with a hidden pouch, designed for the ladies who live with an indwelling catheter. Providing modesty, mobility and freedom without exposing the catheter bag.
Talk to the team today about stocking the Christina Stephens collection in your practice. They have different sales models to suit you, and your patients can purchase garments through their NDIS budget and Home Care packages.
Need more convincing?
Less than a year old, the label has already graced the runways at Brisbane Fashion Month, Melbourne Fashion Week and (wait for it… ) London Fashion Week, proving that style and function can harmoniously coexist, and that it’s ok for fashion labels to be more accurately representing society.
With one in five Australians living with a disability, and 52% of all females have a chronic disease such as arthritis, cancer, or are living with the effects of cardiovascular diseases, such as a stroke, it’s an inclusive statement that’s garnering more momentum.
“Inclusive fashion is where plus-size clothing was 15 years ago,” says Jessie Sadler, founder of Christina Stephens.
“We want to bring inclusive and adaptive clothing to the mainstream. To get rid of the stigma that some customers perceive around adaptive clothing, by creating pieces that are discreetly
functional and fit for purpose but beautiful and desirable by customers with and without disabilities,” says Jessie.
Santa’s coming early!
To say thank you for all the support this year and to celebrate Christmas after a tough year, the team at Christina Stephens are throwing in a bonus gift for orders leading up to Christmas. They’ve been collaborating with homegrown beauty brand Bettyquette – you don’t want to miss this beauty!
Christina Stephens is releasing an extended size range, catering for sizes 8-24. They’ve listened to their customers and are excited to be expanding their range to be more size inclusive. Sign up to their newsletter to be kept informed about new sizes, colours, and their 2021 Inclusive Collection II.