Sunday, December 05, 2010

Gratuitous Brunette: Shalom Harlow

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Since the early 1990s Canada's own birthday gal Shalom Harlow has become the world's - whether as the face for Chanel's Coco fragrance, co-hosting (alongside pal Amber Valletta) MTV's House of Style, or with appearances in such films as 1997's In & Out among her many credits...

Add to that today's birthday and inclusion among the exclusive ranks of the Pop Culture Institute's Gratuitous Brunettes and that is one very impressive resume indeed!
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