Journal de Mode- Shalom Harlow Does Her Supermodel Thing, Flashes Random Punk
There is something to be said of the crop of supermodels that rose to fame in the 90’s, like her peers, Cindy, Naomi, Linda, Claudia and Christy, Shalom continues to walk circles around the teenage girls walking the runways and posing in editorials today. For the latest issue of Oyster Magazine, the gorgeous 38-year-old let her playful self loose on set, as she peeked from behind couches, ran around bare-bottomed and ultimately flashed a random punk dude on the streets of NYC for legendary photographer Cass Bird.
According to the editorial’s stylist Stevie Dance, “The day was very impromptu with not one man on set, until we picked up PUNK KOUTURE – this gentleman who made it into the edit. He was dining outside at Gemma, on holiday from England and–lucky him–got to share this great moment with one of our industry’s most beautiful forces. Lucky us too.”
Oyster Magazine’s “All Woman” issue, was just that, staged, styled and photographed entirely by the fairer sex inside in New York City. The can’t-miss issue lands on newsstands this Friday, aside from Shalom, it includes an interview with Girls' Lena Dunham, a heroine-inspired fashion story starring teenage editor Tavi Gevinson, and an advice column penned by Slutever's Karley Sciortino.
Oyster also took the time to look at the bizarre world of the Miss USA pageant, speak with illustrator Julie Verhoeven, photographer Alice Springs (Helmut Newton's wife), as well as model/actress Marisa Berenson (quite a fashion icon in her own right), who talked with us exclusively about her grandmother, Elsa Schiaparelli, prior to the opening of the Prada and Schiaparelli exhibition at the Met.
Images VIA Fashiongonerogue
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