On International Women's Day, this throwback video of wheelchair rampwalk at the FTL Moda is a must watch

Bravo! The throwback video of FTL Moda fashion show is a classic example of how strong willed women are

Every year, we celebrate the International Women’s Day on 8 March 2017 with great enthusiasm and excitement. From our mothers, sisters and friends – women have been a symbol of power and a perfect epitome of love. They are confident, they are courageous and they have been winners in every industry. Even in the genre of fashion and lifestyle, women have broken the shackles of preconceived notions and have set a new benchmark. One such throwback video of FTL Moda fashion show caught our eye.

The pathbreaking catwalk of the disabled models set a new benchmark in the industry of fashion. A couple of weeks ago, Justine Clark who suffers from lower leg deformity entered the Miss World Australia contest. She created history by becoming the first contestant to walk the ramp in her wheelchair for the contest.

The FTL fashion video is quite a motivation to all the youngsters out there who are looking for role models. The show was organised in New York in the year 2015 but it still holds significance till date. It is definitely going to be one motivational video for the coming years. Even the models who graced the ramp received a thunderous response from the audience who was present at the venue.

This video is one perfect example of how nothing is impossible for women. They have always left us mesmerised with the sheer dedication and their will to prove their prowess.


Every year, pathbreaking stuff happens in the fashion world. Be it the Pakistan’s first transgender model or the acid attack victim who graced a fashion show, there are endless anecdotes that inspire. Even initiatives like Miss Poland wheelchair competition have received a positive response from the people.

(Courtesy: YouTube | Fundacja Jedyna Taka)

We hope that in the coming years, there are more similar examples which are set for the youngsters. We wish everyone a very Happy International Women’s Day.