In our third year, Blue Badge Style MIX raises funds to support musicians with disabilities at the Royal Academy of Music. This inclusive concert will be held in a ‘pop up’ location in Islington, Charlie Allen Bespoke, and will raise further funds for the 2017/18 academic year.   It will be the event where ‘Fashion Meets Food Meets Music’- fashion…

We’ve been on the scout again and have more in our series of ‘Ludicrous (disabled) Loos‘ and ‘Ridiculous Ramps‘………….If being disabled wasn’t bad enough, look what you have to put up with. Say no more other than ‘Oh Dear What Can the Matter Be’!! If you have any to add please contact us. Which is your favourite??

We’ve been invited to speak at Naidex this year, explaining why style should be paramount for people with disabilities – whatever the style whatever the disability. Under new management, the number and quality of exhibitors has vastly improved and we think this will be the turning point for what was a less than stylish event.…

Having stunned the world, and Hitler, by winning four gold medals at the 1936 Berlin Olympics, Jesse Owens returned to America and found himself locked out due to the colour of his skin. Part of the racial discrimination he was on the receiving end of meant that, even when he attended events that were being…

Press Release June 2016: Blue Badge Style Appoints Non-Exec from Hospitality Sector Style guide for people with disabilities brings hospitality experience to the team    London, 20 June 2016, Stephen Macintosh, Founder of restaurant operations consultancy, Macintosh Hospitality, has today become a Non-Executive Director at Blue Badge Style, the UK’s most stylish guide to help…

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