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High School Students Design Clothing for Children with Disabilities


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The 11th Annual FashionABLE fashion show is set to happen Sunday, April 15, 2018 at the O’Connor HS Auditorium. This fashion show showcases high school designers from 10 San Antonio area high schools, who have created and modified clothing to assist disabled children with their special dressing needs.


Designs by Natalie Benavides


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This event is the culmination of months of hard work and will include Holmes, Reagan, Johnson, Brackenridge, Marshall, O’Connor, Smithson Valley, Stevens, Wagner, and Warren High School. Beyond just designing the clothes, the design students have worked with the families to gain insight into the child’s lifestyle. The results have yielded some very inventive and innovative ways to not only serve the children but keep them fashionable and confident as well.


Designs by Kendall Beverly


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“Our models represent a wide variety of disabilities including Spina Bifida, Cerebral Palsy, and Down Syndrome among others. Not only is this a great service project for the students, it is an opportunity for them to compete for scholarships and prizes while giving the children with disabilities a chance to shine in a positive light!” says Christine Donovan, CTA, Family Consumer Science at John Paul Stevens High School.


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The O’Connor HS Auditorium is located at 12221 Leslie Rd, Helotes TX 78023. Doors open at 1:30pm with the show starting at 1:45pm. Presale tickets are $5 and $7 at the door. For even more information and a link to tickets visit our Style Lush TV Fashion Events Calendar  and check out our interviews with two of the talented designers in the episode above.

The fashionABLE staff, models and parents pose for a picture at Style Lush Studios.

Stay tuned for even more fashion news on Style Lush TV and remember, “Don’t Complain. Come Fancy!”


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