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 🙂
An early dressed shot of Rita Landre (Pamela Green) from the Carnival Annual (1956) and although all the shots from this annual were in colour, they do seem to be heavily edited, giving them a painted feeling.
Not a GHM model as far as I’m aware but still a stunning vintage beauty from the Carnival Annual 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 and draped fur coat. A classic vintage glamour beauty.
An early shot of Susan Rivers by Harrison Marks from the 1956 Carnival Annual. The same image along with another of Susan (below) also appear in the October edition of Fiesta from the same year. It seems that this image as well as the one below incorrectly name the model as
Eva Wilde Pamela Green, which it most definitely isn’t! Although some shots of Pamela at the time have her with a similar short red hairstyle, they are different models and one of Pamela with this hairstyle also appears in the same Carnival Annual.