Chantelle Brown-Young professionally known as Winnie Harlow July 27, 1994, is a Canadian form model and open representative on the skin condition vitiligo. She picked up noticeable quality as a contender on the twenty-first cycle of the U.S. TV arrangement America’s Next Top Model because of her condition.
Winnie Harlow was conceived Chantelle Brown-Young on July 27, 1994, in Toronto, Ontario, the little girl of Lisa Brown and Windsor Young. She is of Jamaican family line and has two sisters. She was determined to have the interminable skin condition vitiligo, portrayed by depigmentation of bits of the skin, at four years old. Harlow was a casualty of harassing by other youngsters and was purportedly called a “dairy animals, zebra, and all way of other deriding slurs” all through her youth by understudies both high contrast. The verbal badgering prompted her changing schools various occasions and dropping out of secondary school, after which she pondered submitting suicide.
Harlow was found by America’s Next Top Model host Tyra Banks on Instagram, and in this manner wound up one of the fourteen finalists of the twenty-first cycle in 2014. She was the solitary Canadian at any point cast on ANTM. She was wiped out in the second seven day stretch of the finals, and took part in a different rivalry called the “rebound arrangement”, where she kept on taking an interest in the cycle’s photograph shoots alongside the other dispensed with hopefuls with an end goal to come back to the opposition. In the wake of finishing the rebound arrangement, she was uncovered to have gotten the most astounding normal open vote score, and returned. She was disposed of again in scene 13, setting 6th generally speaking.
Following her disposal from America’s Next Top Model, Harlow demonstrated for the Spanish garments mark Desigual and turned into their official image delegate. In September 2014, she strolled and shut for the dress brand Ashish for their spring/summer 2015 gathering in London Fashion Week. She has displayed for mold magazines, for example, I-D and Dazed, and for the form site Showstudio.com.
In 2015, Harlow displayed for the Italian dress brand Diesel for its spring/summer 2015 crusade, which was shot by British form picture taker Nick Knight. She demonstrated for the Spanish and Italian releases of Glamor magazine and was included in the August/September 2015 issue of Complex magazine. She was likewise highlighted in the August 2015 issue of Cosmopolitan. She was highlighted on Vogue Italia’s site in a meeting and going with photograph shoot. In August 2015, Harlow shot the front of and a going with publication spread in the September issue of Ebony magazine, where she showed up close by previous America’s Next Top Model hopeful Fatima Siad. In 2016, Harlow was included in a business for Sprite, and was highlighted in a crusade for Swarovski. That year, she was picked as one of BBC’s 100 Women.
In July 2011, Harlow posted a video titled “Vitiligo: A Skin Condition, not a Life Changer” on YouTube. She discussed the condition and addressed inquiries regarding her life living with vitiligo. In November 2014, Harlow talked in a TED introduction, reviewing her involvement with it. In October 2015, Harlow talked at the Dove Campaign for Real Beauty board at the 2015 Women in the World Foundation Summit. She was given the ‘Good example’ grant at the 2015 Portuguese GQ Men of The Year occasion.
At the 2018 Canadian Grand Prix, Harlow was welcome to wave the checkered banner, implying the finish of the race. A miscommunication between race authorities prompted Harlow being told to wave the banner on what ought to have been the penultimate lap of the race. Because of the use of the Formula One brandishing directions, the last outcome was proclaimed dependent on the situations toward the finish of lap 68 (i.e., the official race separate was abbreviated by two laps from the booked separation of 70 laps). The mistake did not genuinely affect the race result.
Harlow has showed up in music recordings; these including JMSN’s “The One”, Eminem’s “Guts Over Fear”, and The Black Eyed Peas’ “#WHERESTHELOVE”. She cameoed in Beyoncé’s “visual collection” Lemonade and was in one of Lilly Singh (a.k.a. IISuperwomanII’s) recordings on YouTube named “Three Girls, One Elevator”.