It seems to be that Fashion industry has vowed to slap hard in faces of all stereotypes as approved Justine Clark to make history by becoming the first Australian woman in a wheelchair now came out as competitor in the Miss World Australia contest.
We have been watching transgender models had allowed to be cover personalities for well-known magazines as males are being featured in cosmetic ads, acid attack survivors also joined fashion ramp and much more advances have become part of today’s world.
However, fashion designers have shown innovative thinking by removing all stereotypes as latest move regarding a paralyzed young girl was allowed to join the Miss World contests that will be certainly filling confidence other affected women.
The 26-year-old most glamorous girl emerged as aspirant beauty queen, while her move is considered powerful voice for all those who are paralyzed but feel themselves less than others.
No doubt, Justine Clark has made history by turning out to be the first Australian woman in a wheelchair who will be fighting for title the Miss World Australia contest since 19 February, Sunday.
Justine will be walking on fashion ramp in the state’s finale in Adelaide with massive courage as well confident, while she suffers a lower leg deformity, has vowed to take part in beauty pageant because their ‘Beauty With a Purpose’ movement, a mission to benefit ‘the most vulnerable in our society’, reported Australian local media.
When asked daring Justine, replied she wants the catwalk to be a fair and comprehensive platform for all, though doesn’t want to take any headache considering a wheelchair. She believes herself feminine, beautiful and strong.
Miss World national director Deborah Miller admired Justine’s participation in competition as her association raise voice as beauty comes in all forms.