Pin up girls have been around for a lot longer than you think. Since as early as the 1890s girls
Miss Fernande was arguably the very first photographic pin up star. Born during the 1890s in Paris, the lovely Fernande
During World War 2, the American Magazine for GI’s (called YANK would you believe?) featured a number of fabulous pin-ups
Jayne Mansfield was an iconic bombshell of the 50s and 60s and was known as the ‘Working Man’s Monroe‘. She
Famous singer and actress Fanny Brice from the time she was a Ziegfeld Follies girl, c. 1915
Ziegfeld Follies girl draped in velvet and long stings of pearls photographed by Alfred Cheney Johnston, 1920s. Isn’t she lovely?
It’s strange I suppose, but I never really thought about Judy Garland as being sexy. I think my image of
A saucy 1950s pin up from the cover of Flirt Magazine, April 1953. The painting was by Peter Driben.
Beautifully dressed pin-up girls waiting to be asked to dance at the NAS Seattle Spring Formal Dance in 1944. Who
1950s glamour girl and pin up Betty Brosmer who had the amazing hourglass figure of: 38-18-36 (inches). Her she has the
Pin up photo of Sherry Britton wearing a fabulous bikini dress from the December 1945 issue of Yank, the Army
This photo of Betty Grable from 1943 was the most popular pin up photo for American GIs during WWII. You
Norma Jean Dougherty (who later became Marilyn Monroe) photographed for US Army magazine YANK on June 26 1945. There’s no
During World War 2 all of the big Hollywood stars posed for pin up photos to raise the morale of
Pin up girls or cheesecake models have been popular since the early 20th century – here are my pick of
The wonderful ‘Queen of Pinups’ Bettie Page who died on this day in 2008.
These are my 10 favourite pin up dresses! Whether you wear Rockabilly-style with tatoos and lots of attitude or cute
I saw a newspaper article yesterday about student and part-time Burlesque dancer Nerina Orton and her tiny 15.7″ waist and