I published the cover of Mayfair Vol.16 No.11 featuring Alison before, but promised to post the rest of the article featuring much more of her, so here it is! And as you can see, she reveals much more than on the cover, but not as much as in some of her other adventures 🙂
A set of covers from the publication ‘Light & Shade’ from the late 1950’s. I have a set of 15 covers from No.1 to No.15, but have no idea if that is a full set? These were produced by Russell Gay and published by Dalrow Publication Ltd. Pennine Publications, Bolton. A very similar set of magazines in the same style, including Tr-coloured covers was published under the title ‘Line & Form’, but by Eva Grant (I also have a set of these to edit and post).
I love the covers of this magazine especially the use of one primary colour per cover. and I think my favourites are No.8, No.9 (June Simpson) and No.12. Thanks must go to Paul from Firebird Records for all of these magazines and covers, a superb collection!
US model Diane Kaye from the late 1950’s showing how to look extremely elegant in just long gloves and high heels! Her figure looks fabulous, especially her large round bosom, as she perches precariously on that sofa with her legs up. She looks like she’s just come back from some glamorous party and dropped her dress to show what little she had on below it all night! Well that’s what my over active imagination thinks 🙂
A perfect pose from Jean Spaul (Sporle) from a restored print as she lays on the bed, negligee open exposing her perfect breasts and small round button nipples.
The gorgeous Jo Peters from four restored 35mm colour slides, as she poses in the blue round bath at Scotlee Studio’s in the late 1960’s or early 70’s. I’d previously posted the second shot here of her as an unknown model but I now have this set plus a large set of her in long lilac gloves and back stockings, also taken at Scotlee. You may be familiar with this set as June Palmer has also posed for several sets of 35mm slides in the same bath and with blues, so it seems to be a popular.
Jo as well as posing for several men’s magazines also featured on Page 3 of the Sun newspaper throughout the mid 1970’s. But I prefer her in this set in all her bushy and bubbly glory!