2024 Bettie Page Calendar

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Bettie Page 2024 Calendar
Bettie Page 2024 Calendar

Bettie Page 2024 Calendar
Bettie Page 2024 Calendar

Bettie Page Reveals All [Blu-ray]

The Art of Olivia - 2024 Wall Calendar featuring Bettie Page

A luxurious 2024 calendar with 12 months of beautiful women painted by renowned pinup artist Olivia De Berardinis! Featuring cheesecake queen Bettie Page and a host of international models such as Dita Von Teese, Josephine Baker, and Masuimi Max.

More about Bettie Page

Bettie Page, often referred to as the "Queen of Pinups," was an American model and cultural icon who gained immense popularity during the 1950s. Born on April 22, 1923, in Nashville, Tennessee, Page's striking looks, distinctive hairstyles, and daring poses helped redefine notions of beauty and sexuality during a time when societal norms were more conservative.

Page's journey into modeling began with her move to New York City in the late 1940s. She quickly caught the attention of photographers and artists, becoming a favorite subject due to her natural beauty and charismatic presence. Her pinup and fetish photographs, often featuring playful and provocative poses, contributed to the growing subculture of underground and alternative art scenes.

Bettie Page's iconic status was not solely attributed to her looks but also to her ability to embody a unique blend of innocence and sensuality. She was known for her trademark bangs, dark hair, and curvaceous figure, which became synonymous with her image. Her style transcended typical boundaries, exuding confidence and empowerment in a time when societal norms often restricted women's expression.

While Page's modeling career was relatively short-lived, spanning from the early 1950s to the late 1950s, her impact was enduring. Her images played a significant role in shaping pop culture, influencing fashion, art, and photography for decades to come. In 1955, Page's participation in a Senate investigation on juvenile delinquency and pornography somewhat marked the end of her modeling career, as she retired from the public eye.

Despite her relatively brief time in the limelight, Bettie Page's legacy endures. Her images continue to inspire artists, photographers, and fashion designers who appreciate her unique blend of innocence, allure, and confidence. Her revival in the 1980s and 1990s introduced her to a new generation, and she has become an enduring symbol of alternative beauty and empowered femininity, a true icon who challenged conventions and reshaped the cultural landscape. Bettie Page passed away on December 11, 2008, leaving behind a lasting impact on the world of fashion, art, and self-expression.