Ann Oliver takes a look at the clothes she has designed
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Fashion label launched for women with disabilities

For most of us, getting dressed is a straightforward part of our morning routine. But for wheelchair users and people with limited mobility, it can be a real challenge.

It is also difficult to find fashionable clothes that look good when you are sitting down in a wheelchair.

Ann Oliver suffered from Multiple Sclerosis and made it her mission to create a range of fashionable clothes for women with disabilities.

She spoke to the BBC's Lucy Burton about her clothing line "Xeni" and the special features she has designed to make her clothes easier to wear.

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