Though she may be considered an anti-supermodel because of her unconventional beauty, Shalom Harlow was one of the most successful models of the ‘90s. While her peers embodied the glamour of the fashion industry, Harlow made a name for herself as a hardworking, but laidback beauty. Discovered at age 15 at concert by The Cure in Toronto, a young Harlow enjoyed a self-described “hippie” childhood in Canada before taking the fashion world by storm. Harlow graced the covers of Vogue, Allure, Harper’s Bazaar, Elle, W, and V, walked for countless designers, and fronted campaigns for the likes of Chanel, Dior, and Saint Laurent. On the model's birthday, take a look back at Harlow's early career highlights.