Madeline’s modelling career began five years ago when she attended her first photo shoot and then posted the photos to a public figure Facebook page with the help of her mother Rosanne Stuart and they clearly spoke for themselves, overnight the post went viral. Madeline’s social media numbers grew, the photo was viewed over 7.2 million times which resulted in her hitting global headlines with publications in Iceland, Germany, the US, Australia, Mexico, Cuba and the UK picking up her story. Within weeks Madeline was receiving offers to model and walk at the world’s most prestigious fashion events.
Since then, Madeline has walked in over 100 fashion shows across the globe, frequently walking on the official Fashion Circuit including; New York Fashion Week for the past 8 seasons, London Fashion Week, Paris Fashion Week, Mercedes Benz Fashion Week China, Astrakhan Fashion week Russia, Runway Dubai and many more. She has built herself a credible platform to promote the brands she is working with. With over a million followers across her social media platforms, and a readership of over 50 billion. Madeline’s core audience is young women between 18-44, a demographic that she believes will benefit greatly from the achievements and inspiration she provides.
She has broken down decade long barriers and stigma attached to diversity. Through her work she has highlighted the importance of diversity and inclusion in society and mainstream media. Madeline has been an essential personality in achieving this significant societal turning point by becoming one of the most well know and influential faces of diversity alongside Winnie Harlow and Ashley Graham, shining the spotlight on the achievements of all individuals regardless of societal norms.
Madeline inspires through her story, courage and determination but she also takes consequential steps to educate and influence her audience to change the world for the better. Her continually growing goal is to change not only the fashion industry but the world’s view of those of diversity. She strives to ensure society becomes more accepting of everyone equally and values their achievements and essential contributions to the population.