I really enjoyed talking fashion with fellow Parallel London ambassador Mik Scarlet. We share thoughts on the best clothes for wheelchair users and Mik talks in a very honest and humorous way about his views on the fashion industry. He gives an insight into his choice of clothes and you may be surprised. Take a look at the video. Thank you to Parallel London for the use of your meeting room for this interview.
In this video, I show casual outfits for the winter months. I like to be stylish but practical and keep warm! Shot in different locations from Brighton to London you will see jumpers, jackets, coats, jeans, shoes and boots with caps, hats and sunglasses. Caps and hats add style and also keep me warm and I love glasses. I enjoy playing with accessories to alter the looks slightly. I hope you enjoy the video and let me know what you think.
I had the honour to interview Samantha Renke talking about fashion for my youtube channel. At this point I am sure you already know Sam… but below is an intro I found in the Daily Mail. I hope you like our video. We talk about Parallel London, how to be a model, VisAble, fashion in general, the things Sam likes to wear, etc… I won’t tell you everything so not spoil the video.
In the end, we ended up with 2 videos.
Enjoy it and please leave your comments.
Who is Samantha Renke?
“Samantha, 32, is a Lancashire born actress and public speaker who currently lives in east London.
Renke, a former teacher, moved to London several years ago to pursue a career in acting and made her debut in an independent film called Little Devil.
Samantha won best actress at the LA Diversity Film Festival.
She is a supporter of the disability charity Scope and patron of Head2Head Theatre Company, and occasionally writes for The Huffington Post.”
She’s on Twitter @samrenke. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-5259409/Would-share-real-story-wounds.html