What’s not to like about this late 1950’s colour glamour slide? Such a classical pose in fishnet stockings, pink corset and of course heels and a hat! The latest fashion and what every respectable woman needs to wear for her husband in the bedroom 🙂
Rita Landre (Pamela Green) posing on the Parisian Alley Set by Harrison Marks. I’ve published several shots of Pam as Rita in this location here, but think it is great shot of her in the pink corset and fishnets.
This shot is even better as it’s in colour, so you get to see Rita/Pam in vivid colour.
A beautiful shot of a smiling unknown model from a 35mm colour slide sent over by Paul from Firebird Records. Such a great smile from this model as she sits atop a fireplace mantal showing off her body. I’d guess the shot was taken late 1960’s or early 70’s based on the full bush on show between the open legs and taken at Scottlee studios in London.
No idea who the model is unless someone can ID her? The shot also has a Georgian feel to it with the wallpaper in the background and the choker she is wearing.
Thanks to Paul from Firebird for sending over this shot and several others and he’s currently selling several sets of 35mm slides over on eBay.
Rita Landre (Pamela Green) posing on the Parisian Alley Set by Harrison Marks. I’ve published several shots of Pam as Rita in this location here, but think it is one of my favourite sets of her as Rita.
This shot is even better as it’s in colour, so you get to see Rita in vivid colour. I love the smoke in the shot and all the Parisian posters, which again look much better in colour, as does that glorious figure of Rita/Pam 😉
A stunning vintage beauty from the Carnival Annual P22 (1956) and shot by West End Photo’s, but model and photographer unknown. I just love the classic 1950’s hairstyle combined with the red lipstick, fishnet stockings and low cut bra giving us just a hint of nipple. A classic vintage glamour or cheesecake beauty, although I think the red lipstick has been ever so slightly enhanced in this shot.
The term cheesecake seems to have derived from a genre of glamour photography and poster art made popular in wartime pin-ups of the 1940’s, often featuring modest poses by movie starlets displaying lots of leg but little explicit nudity. So called because of the resemblance of a stocking-clad female thigh to the layers of a cheesecake dessert. I think this shot fits that genre perfectly.
Incidentally, this was the first ever magazine I physically purchased and scanned 🙂