OUT LOUD AND IN STYLE
OUT LOUD AND IN STYLE
pronounced (cure-eight-uh-bul) is all about living your life with disabilities out loud and in style! "Welcome to your new favorite site to explore disability friendly fashion, styling, beauty, and lifestyle content."
Editor-in-Chief, Stephanie Thomas has followed clothing trends for people with disabilities for 25 years. It's her personal passion turned profession that birthed Cur8able. What started as a personal blog is now a disability fashion lifestyle platform featuring celebrities and influencers with disabilities who share their lives and expertise as Cur8tors.
So glad you stopped by, please say hello, we'd love to hear from you, and let us know if you'd like to work with us. Do you need a speaker or host for an event? How about a thought-leader to be a part of a panel? Maybe your new media or TV show could use a disability fashion stylist to produce and present a styling segment?
Let us know, we're here for you.
Welcome to Cur8able! I want to personally thank you for stopping by. I started Cur8able as a place where I can curate fashion for people with disabilities. Today Cur8able has expanded to include Cur8tors, celebrities and influencers with disabilities who share their lives and expertise to help empower others to live their lives to out loud and in style.
I've shared my journey as a Disability Fashion Stylist during my TEDx Talk at TEDxYYC, the third largest TEDx event in Canada. You can watch the video to the left, and please like and share if I say anything that can help you or someone you love. My goal with this talk is to empower as many people as possible.
Enjoy the site and don't hesitate to share your thoughts or say hello.
A cur8tor is how we describe our contributors. Cur8able has nine cur8tors who share their expertise on Cur8able.com, Instagram, Snapchat, Facebook, and Twitter. Our team includes an international fashion industry branding consultant, a disability thought leader,a disability advocate, an actress, You Tube content creator, media host, writer, and an award winning TV producer/model.
Oftentimes people with disabilities are greeted with the phrase, "Oh you are so inspirational", not because of their expertise, but because of their disability. Make no mistake about it our cur8tors are experts in their fields and they are more than inspirational they're INFLUENTIAL.