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Shalom Harlow

Shalom Harlow fashion model

Birth Date

February 15, 1983



Sun Sign


Natural hair color

Dark brown

Eye color



5 ft 11 in | 180 cm

Shalom Harlow Young

Shalom Harlow Young

Body Measurements

34-23-34 in | 86-58-86.5 cm


49 kg | 110 pounds

Bra Size


Shoe size

9.5 US | 40 EU

Shalom Harlow Young Street Style

Shalom Harlow Young Street Style


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 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.

Shalom Harlow Young Hairstyle

Shalom Harlow Young Hairstyle


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.