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Fashion at eye level


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M, L or XL - for many people these standard sizes are quite familiar and they know which one is the most convenient one for them. But still there are no standard sizes for little people. And this is what the young designer Sema Gedik wants to change. We asked her what her project "At Eye Level" is all about.

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Nadine Lormis
Editorial Team REHACARE.com


REHACARE Trade Fair with Congress & Forums
04 - 07 October 2017
Düsseldorf, Germany

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Fashion: At eye level with little people

We asked ...

Photo: Sema Gedik at work; Copyright: Valerie Diedenhoff
Every little person should be able to buy beautiful clothes yet there are still no fashionable items available in standard sizes. That’s something Sema Gedik wants to change – with her project titled "Auf Augenhöhe" (English: At Eye Level). REHACARE.com talked with the designer about her inspiration, her goals and the obstacles she had to overcome.
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Viola Steinbeck - That's how she rolls

How we roll

Photo: Viola Steinbeck; Copyright: private
If she had enough time and a companion, Viola Steinbeck would really love to travel across the USA. And although it is not possible at the moment, she holds on to this dream. Which question she would like to have an answer to and why her grandparents are her one and only, she tells us on REHACARE.com.
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Love and disability: Why are there so many prejudices?

Topic of the Month January

Photo: Young man and young woman standing next to each other and their front heads touch, both in wheelchairs; Copyright: panthermedia.net/Vladimirs Poplavskis
The notions and dreams of love and relationships are as varied as the people that have them. Yet people with disabilities are still far too often primarily defined by their disability. Their need for love and connection is often called into question – or even the right to have this need. That was the conclusion of a short survey conducted by REHACARE.com.
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