Friday, January 2, 2015

Stylish in '72

Shelley in 1972, modeling a printed long-sleeved mini shift dress,
matching hose and a pair of lace up Mary Janes
Shelley was one very busy girl in the early seventies. She had finished school by then and had become a full-time model. She was represented by Ford Models, Inc and, as top model, was one of their highest earners. In 1976, she became The Charlie Girl and was put under exclusive contract with Revlon. She was one of the first girls to be put under such a contract and her earning power skyrocketed. She jumped to Supermodel status and became famous.