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SHAKE MY BEAUTY-Paralysed Fashionista Designs Clothes For The Disabled | SHAKE MY BEAUTY-KEISHA GREAVES

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DESPITE being diagnosed at 24 with a rare form of muscular dystrophy, a determined woman has started her own fashion line to help others living with chronic illness. Keisha Greaves, now 32, lives with limb-girdle muscular dystrophy, which has resulted in the muscles in her arms and legs becoming extremely weak. Unable to raise her arms at all, Keisha has learned to live differently - not knowing how her body will feel each morning she wakes up and getting around in a specialized wheelchair. Keisha admits that it took her a few years to come to terms with the diagnosis as a woman living in her mid-20s – but despite the inevitable hardship, she has turned her love of fashion into a successful career, launching her very own clothing line and brand ‘Girls Chronically Rock’. Keisha, who resides in Massachusetts, USA, told Barcroft TV: “I always loved to wear graphic t-shirts with different colors and designs – so I thought why not come up with a t-shirt line to share my story and help bring disability awareness.” Keisha now takes daily medication to keep her pain levels in check and has a carer visit each morning to help out around her house. Once Keisha had achieved her degree in Fashion Design & Business, she soon kicked on with her career and came up with the idea for ‘Girls Chronically Rock’. “The orders are going well. I recently added a child collection which is cool.” Keisha is now looking to expand her business, by making it into a ‘movement’. She said: “I just want to create awareness of disability to a big community.”

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