Keisha Green launches the first clothing store with fully amputee models

Keisha Green has solidified herself as one of social media’s most influential entrepreneurs.

The double amputee has created a groundbreaking conglomeration of safe spaces for amputees and now aligns her business acumen with her incredible sense of style. On October 1, 2022, Keisha will launch her new venture, The Push Collection Boutique, a digital clothing boutique featuring chic, luxurious, casual and comfortable clothing, while offering exclusivity and originality.

The store’s mission is to push your appearance higher, with the belief that your appearance is a presentation that protects your power while preventing pity. Such opportunities are generally not available to amputees. This particular launch is a major win for the amputee community, as it offers amputees the opportunity to realize their God-given talents in modeling, fashion and beauty content.

The Push Collection boutique is a curation based on Keisha’s innate passion for fashion. The idea for the shop came to her as a spiritual “download” as she considered different ways to improve the lack of representation in the amputee community, especially among black female amputees. Keisha’s social media comment is filled with questions such as “Love the outfit!” or “Please tell us you are selling these outfits soon!”. Keisha read the comment loud and clear, and as a result, she decided to take The Push Collection Boutique from an idea to an active plan.

Prior to the official launch, Keisha will host an exclusive virtual shopping experience for select guests to browse and shop for apparel before the website goes public. Keisha’s journey has been both a tragedy and a triumph, however, she refuses to allow pity or be deterred from her life’s mission. The Push Collection store is located at www.pushcollectionboutique.com, as well as on Instagram @the.pushcollection. Additionally, you can follow Keisha as the creator of the Nothing Missing podcast and owner of Prayer Push Purpose.

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