Vlada Roslyakova debuted on the Paris Fashion Week catwalk at the Spring Yohji Yamamoto show in 2004. During her second season on the runways, Roslyakova walked for no less than 74 fashion shows presenting ready-to-wear collections in all the major fashion capitals. Throughout her career she graced on the catwalks of Moschino, Prada, Miu Miu, Dsquared2, Dolce & Gabbana, Kenzo, Lanvin, Louis Vuitton, Roberto Cavalli, Thierry Mugler and the list goes on. Roslyakova's trademarks are her distinctive walk and her doll-like face.
Besides her great successes on the international runways, Roslyakova’s looks have earned her several advertising campaigns. She landed her first campaign in 2005, when she became the face of Nina Ricci. The same year, she modeled for Moschino Cheap & Chic and was photographed by Steven Klein for a D&G campaign.
Other ad campaigns Roslyakova featured in, include Burberry Blue Label (2006), MaxMara (2007), Dolce & Gabbana (2007), and DKNY (2008). In 2011, the Russian model was chosen to feature as the face of Swarovski.
Roslyakova studied psychology before she became an international model. She plans to practice this science once her modeling career comes to an end.