Thursday, November 20, 2014

Fall Fashions '75

Shelley in a 1975 spread from Good Housekeeping
 
Shelley appeared in the September 1975 issue of Good Housekeeping magazine. In a spread called "The Best of Fall Fashions," she modeled fashions to sew, crochet and knit by Simplicity Patterns. The pictures were taken in The Old Village at the Historic Towne of Smithville in New Jersey, a restoration town "where life is lived as it was circa 1800." And Shelley looked positively lovely in the latest fall fashions for 1975.
 
Shelley modeled "the new wrap blazer and swingy plaid skirt"
in wool flannel, Simplicity pattern 7140.

Susan Maine

Shelley played Susan Maine in the 1987 cult classic The Stepfather. Her performance in the film received rave reviews and remains one of her most memorable to date. Let's hope Shelley decides to come out of retirement and give her fans another powerhouse performance.

Angel of Grace

Shelley became a Charlie's Angel in 1979. Her character Tiffany Welles was described as a sort of Grace Kelly-Lauren Bacall type of Angel, a very classy Angel. The evening gown she wore in her 1st episode (which she also wore in some pictorials) was patterned after Grace Kelly's 1955 Oscar gown. And she looked sensational in it.

# 1 Angels Fan

A 1998 tabloid article about Charlie's Angels memorabilia collector Jack Condon

Shelley, along with her fellow Angels, appeared in a 1998 Star tabloid article about Charlie's Angels memorabilia collector Jack Condon. By then, Jack had been collecting everything Angels for the past 22 years and had amassed thousands of Angels memorabilia. And to boot, he had pictures with all the Angels. "Shelley Hack was down-to-earth and told great stories," according to Jack - who penned (along with David Hofstede) the book The Charlies Angels' Casebook two years later.

Shelley Hack with Jack Condon

Dr.Gilbert and Connie Buford

Shelley starred with film veteran K Callan in the 1983 TV series Cutter to Houston. Shelley played Dr. Beth Gilbert, a surgeon, while Miss Callan played nurse Connie Buford. The series was short-lived but sweet.

Charlie Makeup

Shelley putting on makeup in a promo pic for Charlie by Revlon

Summer Girl


Shelley appeared in a spread for Cosmopolitan magazine called "Turquoise... for Summer Show-offs!" in June of 1978. She modeled the latest summer fashions in, what else, turquoise. The spread was a sort of promo for her latest film If Ever I See You Again. The pics were taken at the Southampton Princess Hotel in Bermuda by her former flame Steen Svensson.


In one pic, Shelley wore a super-sexy Monika Tilley one-piece swimsuit. It had a halter front and a low-carved back. Plus, it had a high and racy leg line, that showed off endlessly long gams.


In another pic, Shelley sported the pirate look via a knotted gauze headwrap by Don kline. She wore a triangular bandeau top and side-slit shorts, both by Perry Ellis. Shelley made one sexy pirate.