No Straight Lines

Alleyne, Sonia
September 2013
Black Enterprise;Sep2013, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p35
The article reports on Kevin Stewart, artist, designer & founder, Old School Shirt Makers, New York, who has introduced his own fashion line despite also managing a debilitating disease.Today, Stewart's condition is stable and manageable. He says that there are things he can do and there are things he can't, but he has learned to adapt and learned to take care of himslef. . The disease, he says, doesn't prevent him from living, but makes him live carefully.


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