LAHORE – Zara Noor Abbas was unapologetic along with her ramp stroll on the evening of FPW’18. She was fierce and wonderful to us holding as much as the actual fact in thoughts that she was portraying a warrior princess.
However to some fashions she was the subject of amusement.
Zara had given a swish response to the video earlier that ridiculed her and plenty of spoke up in her favour as she made a lot sense along with her rationalization, regardless that she didn’t owe one to the world.
Disgusted by the behavior presented in this video! It’s sad to see women are the reason behind a woman’s ridicule and lack of progression! It is the sad & bitter truth! Only real Queens 👸🏽 empower each other as the beautiful & humble @thekubism has stated! Not belittling the models as a whole, but just the behavior presented in the video & it’s quite disappointing! The act of mockery is not cool especially if it is malicious! Now we cant speak for if it was built on maliciously or not, but since the topic is bright, let’s not pull others down! The video presented may not have been made with malicious intent, but the intent of fun of games, however on a positive note it does bring the issue itself. Zara Noor Abbas Siddiqui is a big name in the industry compared to the female models, (not they are any less, but just through popularity) who is the daughter of the brilliant Asma Abbas, niece of Bushra Ansari, & wife of Asad Siddiqui- however she dealt with the whole issue with such respect & maturity that we are truly in great admiration of Zara, by praising their work, but just disappointed at their behavior! It’s truly sad! We are not pinpointing the models as a whole but just their actions presented in the video. We do know model Areeba Habib has sent out an apology to Zara Noor Abbas, and that the video was meant to be private! However private or not- it makes us realize not to make fun of people in such a way, especially if that action makes them stronger & empowered! We need to look at ourselves before others! Let’s just hope the apology was with good intention & sincerity, & not because it went viral! We love the work all these three models present in the industry! But as always be cautious of your behavior- not only for a public figure but everybody, as your actions can truly hurt somebody! Much more power to Zara Noor Abbas who slayed for @fnkasia at the ramp! Keep shining you beauty! 💕 We are obsessing over Ursala in Khamoshi! 😊😗❤️ @zaranoorabbas.official
Lastly the mannequin who uploaded the video within the first place, Areeba Habib, has determined to challenge a public apology to Zara on social media.
I would like to offer a formal apology to in the wake of the catwalk video incident, which includes myself and my colleagues, Farwa and Javeria. Also, I take full responsibility for uploading the video, and my colleagues had nothing to do with it. The video shows a couple of girls – friends, colleagues – having their own fun in their own time and space, at the conclusion of a long day at work, something that all normal people are allowed to do but I accept that it should not have been done at someone else’s expense, especially publically. Given that the video was private, yet again, I stand by my stance: we respect all women and their craft very much. It seems like this incident has in fact been blown out of proportion by the third parties involved which is why I thought it would be best to take this chance to apologize for any inconvenience that this video may have caused to #ZaraNoorAbbas and bring all this to an end.
We beloved how Zara took the criticism but raised an important level that if girls ought to be doing one thing, it ought to be bringing different girls up slightly than tearing them down. Zara’s confidence and composure is giving us final woman targets!
Now we’re ready to see if Zara responds to the a lot wanted apology.