Disabled models leave audience spellbound

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FRANCISTOWN: Disabled models from various schools left a Tati River Lodge (TRL) audience awe-struck as they invaded the fashion ramp showcasing an array of extravagant designs last Saturday.

The fashion show had participants from schools like Aerodrome and Phatlhogo Primary schools, Centre of Deaf and Lentswe la Ba na le Bogole Association.The first ever fashion show of its kind to be held in Francistown for people living with disability, it brought the most extravagant, chic and stylish fashion designs from the local fashion designing industry together.To say the show was eye-catching would be an understatement looking at the intermittent ululations from the audience that cheered its voice hoarse. In a nutshell, the models did what they knew best on the ramp, leaving an indelible mark in the memories of the audience in the process.

It was certainly a multi-faceted statement by the reigning Miss Independence, Goitseone Tshimologo, who came up with the show that she dubbed "I'm fashion abled"."This fashion show was a way of showing that disabled people have the right to everything as well and they do not need to shy away from the public because of their disabilities," she said.Tshimologo stated that with this fashion show they would be able to provide a platform for people living with disabilities to showcase their talents.

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