Wendy Luton as ‘Doll of the Month’ for Modern Man magazine (December 1964). All photo’s were taken by popular UK photographer Ed Alexander who used Wendy on many occasions as a model and who can blame him! The colour photo is stunning, although it does look a little enhanced and painted, but still no mistaking Wendy’s slender frame and pert pair!
Wendy Luton posing on the boot of yet another Buick out on location. Taken by Harrison Marks, Wendy looks as alluring as ever, but I’m just not sure what she is doing with her hands, beating her chest or directing traffic 🙂
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A close cropped shot of Wendy Luton posing at Scotlee studio and giving us just a glimpse of one of her pert peaks. I’ve identified it as being at Scotlee studio’s, as the pattern and shape of the bamboo room divider in the background has been used in several June Palmer photo’s whist at Scotlee, plus in shots with other models, such as Tina Madison here. A great shot of Wendy and look at those sharply defined eyebrows!
A rather oddly defined shot by the photographer, as he seems to have nearly missed Wendy’s best assets and focussed on her face and background. Not that she doesn’t have a pretty face 🙂
I’ve seen this shot of Wendy Luton before on various forums, but it’s always been of poor quality until now. This image was originally shot for Span magazine and a very similar set of Wendy in this long black leather jacket appears in Span No.117 (May 1964). I have now managed to get hold of the original negative and scanned it with the above result. Originally I thought that Wendy was nude under the coat, apart from bra and garter belt, but if you look closely she’s actually got a pair of bloomers or long pants on, as you can see the crease up the inside of her thigh! Bloomers or not it’s still a fantastic quality shot of her to enjoy.
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A smiling Wendy Luton posing by the wing of a vintage car I can’t quite identify from what I can see? She seems to be posing out on location in what seems to be a hay field and I would hazard a guess at this being taken at the same time as shots of her that appear in ‘She Walks in Beauty’ and Kamera No.61, so 1964. An uncensored shot of Wendy, but not much retouching required by the looks of it, as she kept things tidy down there!