Lorraine Burnett looking very stern on the cover of Kamera No.4 (1957) by Harrison Marks. Obviously not impressed by something as she stands there hands on hips thrusting her ample bosom forwards. Although you can’t take her too seriously stood like like with very little on, now can you?
A restored print of Lorraine Burnett showing of a beautiful set of pearls, as well as offering up her other fine assets! Lorraine looks very elegant and you can just see the thigh and leg of one fancy stocking in the shot as well. I love this shot of Lorraine and refrained from making the usual comments about a pearl necklace (slang), but it sure crossed my mind with her posed like that!
Lorraine Burnett in long blonde wig on 3 separate covers of Line and Form during the early 1960’s. The publishers of this magazine defiantly got their moneys worth from Lorraine as she appeared on the cover of three consecutive editions of Line and Form with No.20 (Yellow), No.21 (Orange) and No.22 (Blue).
Lorraine also appeared multiple times within the pages of these editions plus as well as others, so obviously a favourite. These are fabulous shots of Lorraine’s curvy figure on the covers and the use of light and shade to highlight her magnificent bust! I think my favourite is the blue cover 🙂
Lorraine Burnett bursting out of her one piece swimming costume down on the beach from a restored print. That costume looks a bit tight for someone with a large bust like Lorraine, thank god it’s got a zip up the front, although I’m not sure it would close up over those ample tits! The costume also looks a little snug down below as she seems to have a bit of a camel toe going on!
A restored silver gelatin photo of Lorraine Burnett from Girlymag. A quizzical look from Lorraine as she looks at the camera, but I do like the highlights in her hair in this shot and her curves never fail to please.
For some reason I really like this shot of Lorraine Burnett! I don’t know if it’s the hair (wig?) or the way she is posing her body, but I like it. I don’t think it’s the hair, so it must be the curves and pose and probably the fact you can’t see her face fully 🙂
Lorraine Burnett posing on the bed in GHM’s flat for Solo No.2 P15 (1958). Posing on the bed in front of those (Pink) curtains Lorraine’s bosom looks larger than normal in this shot.
A restored JB Copper slide of Lorraine Burnett posing topless on the sofa in a pair of very jazzy pants and red high heels. There are so many different patterns in this shot it hurts your eyes looking at this shot and distracts you from the fact Lorraine is sat there topless or maybe not!