Tag: diana rigg

the 10 most ‘appeeling’ female motorists of the 1960s

The 1960s are often considered a golden age in terms of automobile innovation, performance and design. That a decade so largely defined by its struggle for civil liberties and equality should put so much energy into its cars hardly comes as a surprise. Almost since its very conception, the automobile has

get the look: emma peel

I must admit, I was a bit skeptical the very first time I started watching season four of The Avengers many moons ago. Honor Blackman’s Mrs. Gale had already secured her special place inside my leather-sheathed heart, and I couldn’t imagine anyone else filling those kinky boots. I had seen plenty of photos of

the 10 kinkiest kinky boots, kinky boots (boop boop) of the 1960s

The fashion boot made its first official appearance in the early 1950s. Beth and Herbert Levine began incorporating leather calf-highs into their collections as early as 1953, much to the shock and horror of the fashion world. Boots were thought of as largely utilitarian at the time, but by the

the 10 Most purrrfect catsuits of the 1960s

Ever since Musidora slinked across the silver screen in her black zentai in 1915, the catsuit has become somewhat of a cinema (and later television) fashion standard. Every Apache criminal, jewel thief, secret agent, masked superheroine, motorcycle badass and space cadet worth her salt seems to own a minimum of one, if not in

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