Shalom Harlow fashion model
February 15, 1983
5 ft 11 in | 180 cm
34-23-34 in | 86-58-86.5 cm
49 kg | 110 pounds
9.5 US | 40 EU
Shalom Harlow was born in Oshawa, Canada, on December 5, 1973 is an Canadian supermodel and actress. Shalom was discovered at a English rock band The Cure concert in Toronto. Harlow is one of the world's greatest supermodels. She is one of the top-earning models on the Forbes list. Long time highly ranked on Industry Icons List by models.com. She is a vegetarian.
Harlow has been featured in numerous advertising campaigns for prestigious fashion brands including Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, Banana Republic, Gap, Yves Saint Laurent, Dior, L'Oréal, Versace, Jil Sander. Has been on the cover on eight American Vogue.
She also as a actress appeared in films In & Out (1997), Head over Heels (2001), Vanilla Sky (2001), The Salton Sea (2002), Happy Here and Now (2002), How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days (2003), I Love Your Work (2003), Melinda and Melinda (2004), Game 6 (2005).
Represented by agencie New York The Lions.
I was scouted at a Cure concert. A model scout approached me there and asked me if I modeled, and I thought that was ludicrous.
You don't learn style from watching people on a runway. Fashion happens every morning when you wake up.
People think if you're a model then you must take yourself way too seriously.
In the beginning, New York and I had kind of a love-hate relationship. It seemed so abrasive compared to Europe. But the transformation here in recent years is really something. I don't think I would have seen as much change if I'd lived in any other city in the world.
When I started coming to do shows in New York, New York had a pretty electric energy then. It was the early-nineties, and there was a lot of really fun theatrical types that were designing, and so the runway kind of became this stage for all of these mega model personalities to flaunt their stuff.