1950s Icon Bettie Page Will Not Fade Away – Happy Birthday Bettie

Bettie Page (9)

Bettie Page (2)In 1954, Model and photographer Bunny Yeager met  Bettie Page, and the pair’s collaborations together made pin-up history which is still emulated today. When Playboy bought a shot of a topless, winking Page in a Santa hat for its 1955 holiday issue, a legend was  born.

Bettie Page was born in Nashville, Tennesee on April 22nd, 1923. She is credited as being the most photographed Pin Up Model of the 1950s.

So happy birthday Bettie Page who would have been 90 years old today.

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3 Responses to 1950s Icon Bettie Page Will Not Fade Away – Happy Birthday Bettie

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  2. Rami says:

    I love pin ups but Betti Page is not one of them. She should go hide if Betty Brosmer was in the same room.

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