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Heartwarming Portraits Of The Past Have Us Daydreaming Just Like It Was Yesterday 

Entertainment | March 31, 2018

Written by Lyra Radford

This collection of memories and behind the scene glimpses into Hollywood’s history have us completely smitten with the past. It feels like just yesterday when “Who’s the Boss?” was still on the air and it’s so strange to think that groundbreaking musician David Bowie and Playboy founder Hugh Hefner are no longer alive. Come daydream away with this batch of goodies from pop culture history.

The first supermodel and Sports Illustrated cover girl, Cheryl Tiegs.

Source: Reddit

Tiegs was the first American Supermodel who appeared on the cover of multiple Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue and TIME. Her 1978 “Pink Bikini” poster became an iconic image of pop culture.

Tiegs’ had her big break at 17-years old after the editorial staff at Glamour saw a Cole’s bathing suit ad she did. Tiegs was booked almost immediately on a shoot in Saint Thomas with Ali MacGraw, which resulted in her first Glamour cover. That same year she had also made the covers of Seventeen and Elle. She went on to make the covers of Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar, among many others over the years.



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Nick Pacheco

Nick Pacheco

Nick Pacheco thrives on providing never before seen content. He studied history at Stanford and lives to provide detailed events of the past that mainstream media failed to bring to light.

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