A very serious looking Lorraine Burnett laying on several sheepskin rugs as she offers up her hefty bosom for the camera. Taken by Harrison Marks, but no idea where it was published as one of my first random images I collected of Lorraine.
A great pair in more than one way! Lorraine Burnett and Eve Eden from a scan or an original Pamar 35mm colour slide. I’ve seen several sets of these two posing together both colour (Pamar sets) and black and white in Kamera No.23 (1959), but what a great pairing from Harrison Marks. The blue dangly earrings that Eve is wearing crop up in other shots as well, I’ve seen shots of both Ann Austin and Julie (Shearing) wearing the same set.
Another shot of Lorraine Burnett popping 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, although I’m not sure it would close up over those ample tits, but maybe that was the idea as on closer inspection the zip doesn’t go up much further! Maybe the suit was meant to be open at the front, if so a perfect suit of Lorraine. The other shot from the same set can be seen here.
Lorraine Burnett posing on the bed in GHM’s flat for Solo No.2 P7 (1958) and from the same shoot as this previous shot. I think she’s trying to give the camera a sexy pout, but I’m not sure it’s working as she looks like she’s sucking a lemon 🙂
Lorraine Burnett posing topless on a dinner table as she leans temptingly on a candle stick! It’s a bit early for lunch according to the clock in the background, but I’m tempted to have a nibble on something!
Fabulous lashes and make-up on Lorraine, but still a very serious look as she poses for the camera in the dining room. I think it’s the dining room of Ewhurst Manor and seen several other models such as Hazel Taylor and Sue Owen pose on the very same table. Thanks must go to Kevin for a copy of this shot of Lorraine to share here 🙂
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 🙂