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, by modeling scout Anne Sutherland. She made her modeling debut for Elle’s Quebec edition.
Has been on the cover on eight American Vogue.
She is one of the top-earning models on the Forbes list.
Featured in Pirelli Calendar in 1998 and 50 Years Retrospective in 2014.
Long time highly ranked on Industry Icons List by models.com.
She is a vegetarian.
She dated American actor Peter Sarsgaard (2001).
Lives in Brooklyn, NY.
She made her big screen debut in romantic comedy film In & Out (1997) in role as Sonya.
Cherry (1999) romantic comedy in role as Leila Sweet
Head over Heels (2001) romantic comedy in role as Jade
Vanilla Sky (2001) science fiction psychological thriller in role as Colleen
The Salton Sea (2002) neo-noir crime thriller in role as Nancy
Happy Here and Now (2002) drama in role as Muriel
How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days (2003) romantic comedy in role as Green
I Love Your Work (2003) drama in role as Charlotte
Melinda and Melinda (2004) romantic comedy in role as Joan
Game 6 (2005) comedy drama in role as Paisley Porter
The Last Romantic (2006) comedy drama in role as Christy Tipilton
Vogue Japan, Vogue Italia, Oyster Magazine, i-D Magazine, American Vogue, Harper's Bazaar U.S., 10 Magazine, Vogue Germany, Vogue Korea, W Magazine, British Vogue.
Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, Banana Republic, Gap, Yves Saint Laurent, DKNY, Dior, Lancôme, Perry Ellis, Saks Fifth Avenue, L'Oréal, Versace, Jil Sander, Tiffany & Co., Jason Wu, Cartier, Nars Cosmetics, Ann Taylor.
Walked runway for Versace, Stella McCartney, Michael Kors, Viktor & Rolf, Chanel, Alexander McQueen, Marc Jacobs, Salvatore Ferragamo, Alberta Ferretti, Gucci, Jil Sander, Celine, Dries Van Noten, Yves Saint Laurent, Donna Karan.
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.