Paris Models , 1952. Tempest Storm appears to have some sort of copper-based munge around her neck. Perhaps they airbrushed out a goiter.

The phrase “Tempest in a teacup” does not come to mind. A T-Cup, maybe. Poor woman couldn’t turn around in an aircraft hangar without denting the walls. She was a classic burly-q dancer and movie actress (but only in Panavision) and general all-around ooh-la-la gal well-known to the gents who bought this pr0to-pr0n. She was not, however, Parisian, which makes you wonder why she was chosen for the cover of this magazine.

Not that it mattered. The models were implied to be Parisian in behavior, and everyone knew what that meant.