Issue 24 Summer Special Edition 2017 £15.00
Fashion Beauty Editorial
CPM Featured Bryanna Angel-Allen
JASON CLYMO Danny Shaw
Deanna Caroline Lisa Jureczko Chelsea Fox
Raphaella With Love Tom Needham
Australian Super Model Exclusive
Madeline Stuart Irina Smirnova Photographed by
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Madeline Stuart Photographed by
Featured Madeline Stuart
Madeline is a unique 20-year-old model from Brisbane, Australia. Madeline notably, has been dubbed by the press as not only a Super Model, but “the world’s most famous model with Down syndrome”. This incredibly courageous, beautiful, and talented young woman has had astonishing success in the short time she has been modelling, and has captured media attention both in Australia and internationally. As with many people with Down syndrome, Madeline struggled with her weight for a long time, and in early 2015 she decided to get healthy and chase after her dreams which included dance. She lost over 20kg, and is now changing society’s perception of people with disabilities, one photo shoot at a time.
Silver outfit by model. Photographer Facebook: @LuFoGraphy Insta: @Luk3rso WEB: www.facebook.com/LuFoPhotoGraphy
Madeline’s career started when Maddy attended a Fashion Parade late 2015 with her mum and said to her mum “mum me model”. Rosanne knew it would take a lot of work and dedication, and told Madeline if she wanted to commit to the journey, she would fully support her. After Madeline lost a few more kilos of weight, Rosanne (Madeline’s Mum) created social media accounts and posted a ‘before and after’ photo online to show the results and to encourage others. Rosanne was very conﬁdent that the story Madeline had to share with the world would travel around the globe, long before it actually hit the internet.
Just as predicted, the photo went viral. Instantly, overnight - Maddy’s social media numbers grew over 100 Thousand, and within a few days Madeline’s photo had been viewed over 6.8 Million times. Over the next few days Madeline hit headlines all over the globe with publications from Iceland, Germany, the US, Australia, Mexico, Cuba, and the UK; nearly everywhere in the world had picked up the story. The 20 kilos that started a career Madeline has modelled in New York Fashion Week, Art Hearts Fashion Week, Style Fashion Week, Melange Fashion Week, Caspian Fashion, Runway Dubai, Mercedes Benz Fashion Week China, Birmingham Fashion Week, Sunshine Coast Fashion Festival, and dozens of others globally. Madeline supports dozens of Non Proﬁts some of which she has made special appearances at, or performed a professional dance routine, or modelled in their fundraising Fashion Shows. Such charities include: Multi Cap Foundation, Endeavour Foundation Australia, Silver Linings Project, Vets Intl, The DisABILITY Museum, Melbourne City Mission, The Carol Galvin Foundation, Kulture City, Embrace Kulture, FUB Sweden, ‘I can, I will’ Australia, Inside Outside Dance Ensemble, Buddy Walk NYC, Horizon Stars The ARC of the Emerald Coast, Special Olympics of New York, and Cultural Device Project and Radical Beauty Project, among many others Madeline has been featured in leading publications; Vogue, Cosmopolitan, Woman’s Day, Women’s Weekly, New York Times, Elle, Marie Claire, People, Paper, and Cleo, to name a few. In 2017 she has already booked work in Russia, Dubai, Uganda, Paris, Beijing, Australia, Serbia, India, London, and America. She has also been nominated for the Pride of Australia and Young Australian of the Year Award for 2015 & 2016, and named Model of the year for 2016 by World Fashion Media. Additionally she was awarded the prestigious 2015 Model of the Year Award at international fashion show Melange in San Francisco, whose partners include Jean Paul Gaultier, Sephora, and Nicole Miller. With recent calls for more diversity in international popular culture, on runways, and in campaigns; Madeline is in a prime position to be an important face, representative, and contributor or voice for any product, brand, or marketing campaign. Madeline has endorsed such products as VP WOW, Flat Tummy Tea, ModCloth, JBronze by Jennifer Hawkins, Michael Todd, Laceez, Promgirl, Weetbix, EverMaya, Manifesta, LLL Designs, GlossiGirl, and many others. Currently Madeline oversees her dance school in Brisbane, ‘Inside, Outside Dance Ensemble’ while also participating in Special Olympic games all while balancing her very hectic modelling career. In February 2017, Madeline will be launching her own Fashion Label: 21 Reasons Why by Madeline Stuart. A fashionably casual chic Women's Ready- To-Wear line. B-Reel Productions has been capturing Madeline’s tour over the last 8 months and will be releasing her documentary in 2018. Madeline has competed in the Special Olympic Games in the Categories of Special Olympic Championship Participated in Noosa Triathlon 2014 & 2015 Won Gold in State Championships in Basketball Won Gold in State Championships in Swimming Won Gold in State Championships in Gymnastics Won Gold in Representing Queensland in Cricket Advocacy work award from Kulture City Model of the year Melange Australian of the Year Nominee 2015/16
Hello Madeline, thank you so much for getting in touch with us here at CPM We are honoured you want to support & be part of Disabled Models Campaign & welcome you to a new & exciting campaign exclusive to CPM in aid of Muscular Dystrophy UK Charity. As a Disabled Model myself, I am in awe of all you have achieved.... We look forward to welcoming you back! What made you first become a model ?
In 2015 we were at a fashion parade with my mum, when I saw the girls on the catwalk I knew I wanted to be a model instantly so I asked mum, I had always loved being in the spotlight, and I knew at that moment I wanted to get up on the catwalk then and there, I had no hesitation. After the parade, mum explained that if I wanted to be a model I would have to keep on the healthy eating schedule I had started earlier that year to keep up with my dance troupe as models work very hard and are very fit. Nine months later, we were off to see a professional photographer. I was super excited to do her first photo shoot.
How did you feel when you did your first ever fashion show or photo shoot ?
My first photoshoot was amazing, I felt like a princess getting my hair and make-up perfectly done, mum had helped me do it previously but it had never looked this good before. The shoot was so much fun, I dressed in 4 different outfits and did all sorts of poses including jumping on a mini tramp. About 2 months after my shoot I was asked to go to NY and do a fashion show for Sabre Inc. raising money for Auto Immune diseases, now this was something else, everyone was so supportive and when I walked on the catwalk for the first time I felt like I was the most important person in the room, everyone was cheering and clapping, my mum cried she was so proud.
Who was your role model as a child an how did that help in being a model ?
My mum has always been my role model, she has always been there for me and worked very hard to support me and give me a wonderful life, she is still with me every step of the way. She has given me the courage to believe in myself and has always told me I could be anything I wanted to be.
What did your parent/s first think of you being a model and where they supportive? Mum says she always knew that I was going to do something special, she tells everyone how she thinks I have this gift to make people feel at ease and I light up the room. She says I put the sunshine into the grey. She has always supported me.
Credit Irina Smirnova Photography
How do you feel about the industries representation of disabled models ? I think the industry is changing constantly, you see a lot of models with disabilities at shows and in magazines. People say there is not enough but all things take time and I think we are off to a good start. We just have to keep promoting diversity, I believe in time it will be the norm. Never give up.
â€œThrough modelling I am changing societyâ€™s view of people with Disabilities. Exposure is creating awareness, acceptance and inclusionâ€?
If your were not a model, what other profession would you have been doing instead?
My mum and I own a lot of acreage and we are starting a charity called Maddyâ€™s Place where people with disabilities can come to work, have respite and it will also be open to cater for school camps, I hope to be the person who welcomes our visitors and shows them around, this has now been put on hold for a while as I am travelling modelling but eventually it is what I will do.
What are guilty pleasures food wise?
I love fries, ice-cream and burgers but I eat very little of them as they are not very healthy !
How do you cope under the pressures of being a model?
I donâ€™t actually feel pressure as a model, I just love it so much it is always enjoyable, it is the best thing I do and I still get excited every time.
What beauty tips do you swear by?
Washing my face morning and night as this is very important, eat healthy foods as this will keep your skin healthy and lastly drink lots of water to clear your body of toxins.
If a young girl/boy wanted to be a model what would your advice for them be?
I would say modelling is very hard work, you have to be completely dedicated, you need to be strict on yourself to maintain your health and fitness and most of all enjoy yourself. Remember to never give up on yourself and just because someone does not pick you to model does not mean you are not beautiful it just means that they have a particular look they are going for and it may not be your look.
Dress by Hendrik Vermeulen Hair and Makeup Christo Fifth Avenue Photographer LuFo Photography
Pink floral Dress by Alana Hill Photographed by Irina Smirnova
Where do you see yourself with your modeling career in the future ?
I hope to keep modelling, I would like to model in other countries I have not modelled in, Berlin, London and Milan are on my list. I would also love to get a contract with a big company such as Coke, Forever 21 etc. and to be on the cover of Vogue.
What advice would you give to any model who considers themselves to have a disability wanting to break into the world of fashion & modeling ?
You need to have faith in yourself and a very thick skin. It is so hard for anyone to break into modelling, even models without disabilities struggle constantly, modelling is a dream job for a lot of people because unfortunately for a lot of people it will only ever be a dream. It truly is hard work and there is a lot of rejection, I was very lucky to get an opportunity but I have worked 10 hours days for the past 22 months rarely having time off, at the moment I am on my first break and catching up on much needed rest. You need to be really dedicated and work very hard.
Choose a moment you are super proud of & tell us why
Last year I had the opportunity to go to Uganda and advocate for people with disabilities, during my 10 days in Uganda 50 families came out of hiding and the community learnt that down Syndrome was a disability and not a curse like they had previously thought because there is no education on disabilities. I was so happy and so proud I could help and bring love and peace to their lives.
Clothing Index Red dress by Gino Velardi fashion Photographer Joon Wong Hair by Hair by Jess Makeup by Dollface Andy Bee Gold dress by Rocky Gathercole Photographer Joon Wong Hair by Hair by Jess Makeup by Dollface Andy Bee
What are your plans for the rest of 2017 ?
I will continue modelling and working with charities to promote inclusion and acceptance. I hope to focus more on my fashion line and I will see everyone again at the next fashion week.
You have exploded onto the fashion & modeling scene, how does this make you feel ?
I am very proud of what I have achieved and very grateful I have been given this opportunity by so many people, every day I wake and feel humbles that I have had so much support and love from everyone. I truly have been blessed.
Would you like to come back to CPM in 6 months to catch up with us for another feature ? I would truly love that. Madeline’s label was launched in Feb 2017 at NYFW and she was number 1 of the fashion scene in Forbes Magazine. Madeline would love for companies to reach out to work with her as only with the supportof our industry can she truly succeed. Her dream is to walk at Milan Fashion week and also London fashion week.
Follow Madeline here & support her journey... https://www.facebook.com/madelinesmodelling www.twitter.com/Madeline_Stuart Instagram @madelinesmodelling_ Web: http://www.madelinestuartmodel.com why not check out her fashion label “21 reasons why” Online Shop: http://www.21reasonswhy.shop
Photography: Danny Shaw @danny_media website www.dannyshawphotography.co.uk
Saffron Jaye Richardson
Clothing Index Straps: Malice Lingerie Red top: bersha Shorts: H&M Bikini H&M
Hello, I'm Amber I've been modelling for 7 years, I started when I was 17 years old after a tough few years of school and not going to college to follow my dream of photography through fear of bullies. I decided to take my dream in my own hands and follow up photography, I contacted local studios etc and ended up the other side of the camera instead I was not naturally built for modelling, I was a little over weight, not a "model" look. But I worked hard, working long hours.. studying how lighting works to best flatter my features. If I had any advice to give future models that would be to book a photographer and pay it forward, of course if you feel 1/2 test shoots are needed for experience then go for that too, there is no right or wrong. I just believe a top end photographer will show you lots more than a hobbies photography (but saying that I've learnt a lot from either end of the spectrum) most of all, there is no rules! Just enjoy yourself and get creative This is your space, the more you express yourself the more exciting the images will be! My goals are to continue to be publish in magazines, to travel, to make meaningful images that'll inspire someone going through any troubles I would like to be an icon, but never "famous" I've always been freelance.. I have a non exclusive agency too ! Why not follow me here ... instagram: ambertutton Amber website: amber-tutton.co.uk
Clothing Index Black bikini: Boux Avenue Black Skirt: Ann Summers Red Bikini: Ann Summers White dress: Prettylittlething Hat: Dorthy Perkins Swimsuit: Primark
Saffron Jaye Richardson I started modelling at 15 and it has been my biggest passion ever since! I live and breathe modelling I cant go anywhere without constantly think oh wow! that would be great for a shoot! I was always the ugly duckling in school and bullied for being different, once on a class project I done a piece on fashion and I got laughed at and told I would never have a chance. From that moment on it inspired me to chase my dream and prove to myself you can make dreams come true! I love working with amazing creatives around the world and seeing the end results, I dont think anything comes close to the feeling of looking at the photos and thinking wow we created that! I have been lucky enough to have worked with some of the biggest names in the fashion industry walking in LONDON FASHION WEEK and published all around the world, I just cant wait to see what else the future holds! https://www.instagram.com/saffjaye/ https://www.facebook.com/safffronjayerichardsonmodel/ https://twitter.com/SaffronJay Website: http://saffronjayerichardson.weebly.com/
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JASON CLYMO WINK Models
Melbourne, Vic, Aus. Image credits Brooke Somerville Full Cream Photography
Hello Jason, thank you so much for getting in touch with us here at CPM We are honoured you want to support & be part of Disabled Models Campaign & welcome you to a new & exciting campaign exclusive to CPM in aid of Muscular Dystrophy UK Charity. As a Disabled Model myself, I am in awe of all you have achieved.... We look forward to welcoming you back! What made you first become a model? I first became a model after I’d been in a wheelchair for around a year or so. After I’d rehabilitated and sorted my physical health back out, I started noticing certain things about life with a disability. One prevalent thing I noticed was that I now felt like I wasn’t being represented in mainstream media, fashion and advertising. This feeling of not being represented basically gave birth to my motivation to pursue a modeling career and help represent people living with disabilities.
How did you feel when you did your first ever fashion show or photo shoot?
My first ever paid job was with Public Transport Victoria, part of an advertising campaign they’d end up using on their trams in Melbourne. It was great to take that first step of entering the industry and all the crew I was working with were extremely friendly and treated me like any other model. So I absolutely loved that. It’s not so much a role model - but I grew up absolutely loving music videos. So I think that whole creative side of things definitely relates to the modeling industry. I also absolutely love Beyoncé and grew up with Destiny’s Child as my goddesses. But, again, I think it comes back to the creative side and probably also standing up for what you believe in.
You are a wheelchair user, can you tell us about the circumstances around that ? My accident happened in November of 2014 in Melbourne, Vic, Australia. I fell three stories through the middle of a stairwell and broke my back and suffered a spinal cord injury, which has now left me paraplegic.
In regards to your disability, what would you say is the most frustating? How do you cope with those frustrations & turn them into a positive ? I think the most frustrating thing is when you’re wheeling along with someone who is walking and they are walking way too slow. No,kidding. I think it’s definitely not having complete control over your body anymore. Some days it feels like your body is working against you, and that can be incredibly frustrating when you’re trying to reach for your dreams and work towards your goals. To cope with this, I basically just remind myself of how lucky I am and how grateful I should be that I’m even alive to tell my story and spread my message of hope and positivity. Sometimes it can become very easy to feel sorry for yourself, but I think it’s so important to remind yourself of what you CAN DO and what you HAVE, rather than focusing so much on what you can’t do or what you don’t have. When I consider that most people would have died from having a similar accident to mine, it makes me feel very grateful for my life and my future.
Who was your role model as a child an how did that help in being a model ? It’s not so much a role model - but I grew up absolutely loving music videos. So I think that whole creative side of things definitely relates to the modeling industry. I also absolutely love Beyoncé and grew up with Destiny’s Child as my goddesses. But, again, I think it comes back to the creative side and probably also standing up for what you believe in.
What did your parent/s first think of you being a model and where they supportive?
Funnily enough, my parents pretty much pushed me into my modeling career and would have liked me to start it earlier. I think they are incredibly proud of what I’m aiming to achieve in this industry. They’re definitely very supportive - you could say they’re almost the leaders of my fan club.
How do you feel about the industries representation of disabled models ?
That’s such an interesting question. Honestly, there simply just isn’t enough of it. I think it’s about 15-20% of the global population that’s living with a disability, so logically about 15-20% of media, advertising and fashion should feature someone with a disability. Sometimes it’s hard to believe that brands and companies are still neglecting such a large portion of their market. To me, it just doesn’t seem like smart marketing.
If your were not a model, what other profession would you have been doing instead?
This is a pretty easy question for me because I often have that sliding doors moment where I think “what would my life look like if I didn’t have my accident?”. I probably would have become a doctor in Australia, as that’s what I was studying at the time. And although I could still pursue that, my time away from it has allowed me to realize that modeling is what I feel passionate about at this stage in my life. I guess it’s a more creative side of myself that’s being allowed to shine through, which is a lot of fun.
What are guilty pleasures food wise? Oh my gosh! How many pages do you have!? The list could go on and on! Seriously, I’m a food lover. But if I had to choose, I think a good dark chocolate and chicken nuggets would be my main guilty pleasures.
If a young girl/boy wanted to be a model what would your advice for them be? If I were to pass on advice to a young person about modeling it would be that it takes a lot of persistence and hard work. You hear those stories of people going from nothing to international star “overnight”. But what you don’t often hear about it is what they did to be discovered and how much effort they put in before that. I would also tell them to trust their photographer and/or crew. If the crew are happy with the end result, then you can feel confident about your performance. For instance, one of the easiest ways I know if I’m doing well in a shoot is by the feedback from the photographer and crew as we are shooting. If they’re saying things like “hold that pose - I love it!” then you know you must be doing something right.
Where do you see yourself with your modeling career in the future ? Sometimes I wish I held the crystal ball that told my future - but unfortunately I don’t, and I’m not 100% sure what lies ahead for me. I’ve just been featured in Stellar Magazine which is an amazing magazine that reaches almost 3 million people in Australia. We did an incredible fashion shoot and I worked with some of the best in the industry. So I absolutely hope there’s more of that type of work in my future. But I also hope there’s more interviews and spreading of positivity and inclusivity. Some TV appearances would be fun and I’d love to wheel down a catwalk at a fashion week. But I’m taking it all one step at a time, so we’ll see what comes my way.
What advice would you give to any model who considers themselves to have a disability wanting to break into the world of fashion & modeling ? Oooh - that’s a tricky one. Okay. I’d probably start off with saying the same as what I said before about hard work and persistence. But I’d also warn them that they’re going to need to be patient and resilient because there will most likely be times where they will miss out on a job or casting because of their disability. It’s absolutely unfair, but how the industry is at the moment - it’s probably going to happen to them. I would also say that it’s pretty imperative that they become comfortable with talking about their disability with the photographers and crew etc. I think it’s very important for a model to be part of the creative process in a shoot. To offer up new ideas, poses etc. So I’d probably say: “You need to try to not let yourself miss out on those opportunities to contribute to the shoot, just because you’re nervous or shy about your disability.
You’re there to represent, so own it
Choose a moment you are super proud of & tell us why A moment I'm proud of would be when I left the hospital and then the rehab facility I'd been living in for about 6 months post injury. I was proud of myself because I knew I'd worked my butt off to get physically strong and independent again. But also because I had that moment where I looked back at how far I had come in such a short amount of time. I'd become so resilient so quicklyand it even surprised myself.
Can you tell us about your own campaigns & the message you want to give ? Absolutely - I would love to. Basically I think it's incredibly important for brands and companies to be representing people living with disabilities for a few reasons. Firstly, they are failing to market to almost a fifth of the global population. Secondly, I believe that everyone deserves to feel represented, celebrated and loved. And thirdly, I have this theory about the connection between media representation and society's views of people living with disabilities. I'll try to keep this simple for the purpose of it being printed. But basically, I believe that society sees disabilities as undesirable. This means that the media are less likely to promote and represent disabled models. This lack of representation then further feeds into society's perceptions of disabled people, creating a vicious cycle. So basically, I think the fashion industry and media/advertising companies have a great opportunity to help change the perceptions of disabilities.
What are your plans for the rest of 2017 ? The rest of 2017 I am going to continue to campaign for people living with disabilities. I am going to try to continue to get more exposure and more modeling work. I’d love to branch into the fashion industry soon. But, again, I’m taking it all one step at a time.
Would you like to come back to CPM in 6 months to catch up with us for another feature ? Yeah, I’d love to check back in with you in 6 months. It would be great to see if I’ve made much progress and review that last 6 months.
Model Sina Wenzel Photographer: Lisa Jureczko We created a series of classical portraits called "ambivalence". The portrait series is about the emotional ambivalence of human mankind. The character of each of us is versatile, inscrutable and inconsistent. We can be strong and weak at the same time, struggling with inner confusion and speaking up in front of others, while at the same time others try to manipulate us. There are moments in life that make us happy and sad at once. The series is about the may-sidedness of every human being's character and the impossibility of reckon up each side of a person's character.
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We feel so privilaged to have Bryanna on our CPM in house team as MUA, supporting our exclusive shoots & of course our #disabledmodelscampaign which is fairly new campaign but is already making waves in the fashion & modelling industry. As well as being an international artist of makeup, Bryanna is now officially our very own fashion & beauty blogger for CPM ! Media Makeup/Hair/ Sfx.BIAFF/CFVM award winning ,internationally published https://www.facebook.com/bryanna.angel.allen https://www.instagram.com/bryanna_angel_mua/
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Summer Special Edition of CPM On the COVER Super Model Madeline Stuart for the Disabled Models Campaign Photographed by Irina Smirnova CPM...
Published on Jun 25, 2017
Summer Special Edition of CPM On the COVER Super Model Madeline Stuart for the Disabled Models Campaign Photographed by Irina Smirnova CPM...