Keisha Greaves was diagnosed with muscular dystrophy which she thought would mean the end of her career in fashion. She’d been a merchandiser for international fashion labels in major department stores. But then, long story short, she plucked up courage and started her own fashion business designing and producing tees and other fashion items.
Her designs reflect her situation and deal with ‘disabled’ and ‘black lives matter’ topics. Now she’s focusing on producing a line of adaptive clothing for disabled people. Greaves’s range and full story can be seen on her website: www.girlschronicallyrock.com
Once in a while a story like this comes along to serve as an inspiration during tough times.