Jessica Kellgren-Fozard is famous for her fabulous vintage style. She's YouTube star with 876,000 subscribers. In her videos she gives advice on vintage fashion and beauty.
On YouTube she also has playlists on vintage movie reviews, disability, chronic illness, sign language tutorials, media analysis, and many more topics. In this video she talks about the authentic representation of people with autism.
Jessica is deaf and partially visually impaired. She also has two conditions that make her muscles and nerves weak and paralyze her nerves.
She describes her work as “Adding vintage lesbian fabulousness to a life with disabilities and chronic illnesses. Aided by my beautiful wife Claudia and our adorable pups. I make fun, uplifting, and educational content that should help you get through tough times and not feel alone.”
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Jessica's gorgeous vintage style
Some days Jessica has to stay in bed a lot to cope with her illnesses. Among her vintage fashion suggestions are nightgowns and pajamas, so you can relax in style.
For example in a 1950s nightgown in soft nylon with ruffles. She says, “Your productivity does not define your worth. Have fun wearing some pajamas. And know that just getting by is good enough.”
Watch Jessica's fashion advice on vintage style nightgowns and pajamas.
Next to creating videos for her YouTube channel, Jessica also does motivational public speaking and models for vintage clothing brands. “It’s these things I want to be applauded for. But does being disabled make them harder to achieve? A thousand times yes.”
*Quotes are edited to Plain English*