Shalom Harlow: Made for Haute Couture
She was part of the anti-supermodels—waiflike beauties who seemed more tangible than the out-of-reach superstars like Naomi, Linda, and Christy. Shalom Harlow represented an elegant and graceful idea of beauty with a face and body that was made for haute couture. Tim Blanks looks back on the career of the Canadian native and her rise to the top.
"#1 In Heaven" by MNDR
"Certain Something" by Letters
"I Don't Care" by Peter Black
Shalom Harlow in1997 Dior Couture show, photos by Giovanni Giannoni