Sharlom Harlow is a supermodel—not an Instagram star turned model, but a real ’90s-era supermodel. In case anyone forgot, we were lucky enough to be blessed with a little snippet from the cell phone of Donatella Versace on the scene of the Versace Spring 2019 campaign shoot with Steven Meisel.
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Introducing the new #VersaceSS19 campaign featuring @shalomharlow in perfect Versace stance. #VersaceEverywhere _ Artistic Director: @donatella_versace Photographer: #StevenMeisel Creative Ad Campaign Director: @ferdinandoverderi Casting Director: @pg_dmcasting Stylist: @kjeldgaard1 Makeup: @patmcgrathreal Hair: @guidopalau
The now viral behind-the-scenes video features Harlow in the most in-your-face ’70s-inspired jumpsuits with mix-matching prints, ruffles flaring out from her knees accompanied by hair teased to the heavens, dancing to some retro music.
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It’s hard not to become completely hypnotized by the model’s perfectly-timed moves—especially for those who aren’t privy to the inner workings of high-fashion photo shoots. But even those on set were clearly entranced by the model as you can hear them cheering her along. The supermodel was most certainly bringing IT—delivering what will now be an iconic image for the Italian brand.
Harlow rose to fame in the early 1990s, she was discovered as a teen in Canada while at a The Cure concert in Toronto. She went from high school to fronting major magazine covers, walking the top runways from New York to Paris, and co-hosting MTV’s House of Style with Amber Valetta. By 1997, the model transitioned into acting and has appeared in numerous TV shows and movies, including Vanilla Sky, How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, and The Jury.
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The model has been on hiatus from the fashion world, until early this month when she walked Versace’s first show in New York City for their Pre-Fall 2019 collection. Harlow even led the finale walk at the end of the show. Prior to that, Harlow hadn’t been seen on a runway since Alexander Wang‘s Fall 2012 show during New York Fashion Week.
This article originally appeared on Harper’s Bazaar US.