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When it comes to style and fashion, the men in Tokyo somehow always manage to stay one step ahead from everyone else.
Sashay, Shantay! 'American Horror Story' actress Jamie Brewer made a triumphant debut as the first model with Down Syndrome to walk the runway at New York Fashion Week on Feb 12. Brewer wore a stunning black dress by Carrie Hammer as part of the designer’s 'Role Models Not Runway Models' show. Brewer said: "Young girls and women see me and say ‘Hey, if she can do it, so can I’. It’s a true inspiration being a role model for any young women to encourage them in being who they are.” The #RoleModelsNotRunwayModels campaign was launched in 2014, and Hammer's shows feature a diverse range of women including researchers of cutting-edge projects. Last year, Hammer invited Danielle Sheypuk to be a model and she became the first woman in a wheelchair to feature at Fashion Week.
Tan is an artist and art educator for special needs children. She sees her art lessons as being social meeting points where her students can interact with each other. - IZZRAFIQ ALIAS/The Star
Nurul has been tap dancing since she was nine. She also plays the djembe and is learning aikido - SAMUEL ONG/The Star
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