The Polish beauty came to recognition in October 2006, when she opened the Jean Paul Gaultier show during Paris Fashion Week. Right after, Models.com featured Frackowiak as a top model of Spring 2007.
During 2007, Frackowiak took part in fashion shows in New York, Paris and Milan. She walked for Luca Luca, Pucci, J. Mendel and Sue Stemp, but also for A-list designers such as Cavalli, Nina Ricci and Balenciaga.
It seems like Frackowiak got to the top of fashion industry only in 2008. In the beginning of that year she stunned on the catwalks of Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week, when she walked for Armani Prive’, Valentino, Dior, Givenchy, Chanel and Gaultier.
In 2010, Frackowiak reached another goal in her career: she walked the annual Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show.
Magdalena Frackowiak managed to run a very successful modeling career one season after another. She gains more achievements and recognition as time goes by. In a world that cherishes youth and new faces, this is not a simple thing to do.
Ralph Lauren is the first top designer who wanted Magdalena Frackowiak as the face of his brand. It was in 2007, and ever since, the Polish model posed for lots of other campaigns. In 2008, she signed another contract with Lauren, and at the same time became the face of Alessandro DellA’cqua. The following year she became the face of Kenzo. During 2010, Frackowiak posed for Lanvin and in 2011 she was chosen as one of the faces of Blumarine.
Magdalena Frackowiak also signed fragrance contracts with top designers. She was on the billboards of Gianfranco Ferré in The Mood for Love (2009) and Givenchy Eaudemoiselle (2010).
Magdalena Frackowiak loves her job. Though she has a hard time during fashion week seasons, she enjoys working with the designers, photographers and her fellow models. When she is off the catwalk, Frackowiak likes to hang out with family and friends such as doing some shopping and exercise.