Presenting Eve Eden

From Dawson Publishing Co. comes the cover of a small format magazine dedicated to Eve Eden, who also appears in tri-colour on the front and back covers. There was a collection of these magazines, all titled ‘Presenting … Model Name’ and all under the guise of being a magazine for artists and photographers. Any excuse to see your favourite model nude!

Thanks to Oxxbridge Galleries for this colourful magazine cover featuring Eve!

Jackie Parker – True Blue!

An uncensored view of Jackie Parker in Tri-colour and blue in more than one sense, as we get an uncensored frontal view of her! She definitely changed her look in different shots and again here she’s wearing a dark wig along with stockings and gloves. Publication unknown, 

Lorraine The Tea Lady!

Lorraine Burnett from the Tri-coloured page of Parade No.1195 (3rd Nov 1962)wearing a see through baby doll nightie and fluffy slippers! She could serve me tea like that any day of the week!

Anna Verdi – Eating Her Way to Stardom

Anna Verdi in Tri-colour from the pages of Parade Magazine No.1311 (23rd January 1965). Thanks to Portland for sending these images through and as he points out these look to be taken indoors at Ewhurst and she’s wearing the same watch as my previous two images, so potentially from the same time?

I’ve got a bit of a thing for Anna at the moment so on the hunt for any other good images of her if anyone has some?

Maria Prokaine – The Girl Who Wanted To Live Dangerously!

Maria Prokaine (Marie Provost) from the tri-coloured pages of Parade Magazine No.1228 (22nd June, 1963).  All shots look like they were taken on the stairs or in the main doorway of Ewhurst Manor, still not sure about the beehive hairstyle she has though!

In Black & White – Parade No.1198 (1962)

The double Tri-coloured page from Parade No.1198 (24th November, 1962) featuring some lovely ladies in black and white underwear.  My personal favourites are of course Sophia Dawn in white, but also Rochelle Lofting in that black number!  From my own scan of the magazine with colours restored and the odd blemish removed 🙂