“The Last Summer in St. Tropez”: International Exotic Glamourwear Catalogue, 1980 – Design You Trust

“The Last Summer in St. Tropez”: International Exotic Glamourwear Catalogue, 1980

The International Exotic Glamourwear Catalogue clearly was the clothing outlet of choice for 1980s prostitutes. But that’s not to say these sleazy styles aren’t worthy of ogling – indeed, there’s something about the tacky splendor of 80s “exotic glamourwear” that guys love.

Sadly, 1980s streetwalkers and Solid Gold dancers are a thing of the past; but, we’re keeping their gaudy yet sexy flame alive.

h/t: retrospace

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