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First Indian Pinup Model – Ann Stephens

Ann Stephens, or Anne Petal Stephens was probably the first Indian Pin-Up girl. She was big in the mid to late 70’s, and even got a Penthouse Pictorial. She is usually credited as being Indian, but was most likely British born. During her career she was credited under a number of names; Maya Singh, Nadia, Migan, Starra, Stara, Staria, Anne, Petal, Gwendolyn, Sonya and Muntaz. In addition to her race, she was known for being rather busty as you can no doubt see.

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Unfortunately, like a lot of vintage nude models from this era, we know very little about her at all! If you know anything more about her, please comment below!

Ann Stephens

Page one of The Big Bosom article from 1973 - New Direction (May)

Page one of The Big Bosom article from 1973 – New Direction (May)

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Magazine Appearances
1973 – New Direction (May)
1973 – Smart (#7, German Language)
1973 – Smart (#9, German Language, Cover Model)
1973 – Score (November)
1974 – Club (Vol 2 #11)
1974 – Sexpert (Vol 1, No 1)
1974 – Cartoon Parade (April)
1974 – Cavalier (May)
1974 – Girls Around the World (October)
1974 – Penthouse (UK version, September, as Petal)

Ann Stephens as Petal

Ann Stephens as Petal in Penthouse Magazine – 1974

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1974 – Gem (November)
1975 – Cavalier Annual
1975 – Gent Annual
1975 – Gondel #315
1975 – Fling (April)
1975 – Gent (June)
1975 – Fling (July)
1975 – BUF Swinger #10
1976 – Gent #12
1977 – Caballero (Spanish Language, Cover Model)

From Sexpert, Vol 1, No 1, 1974

From Sexpert, Vol 1, No 1, 1974

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1977 – Gondel #334
1977 – Gent (June)
1979 – Big Girls (Vol 2, #2)
1979 – Busty Girls (August, Same shoot as Whitehouse #3 )
Unknown – Busty Girls (Same shoot as Whitehouse #3)

From Whitehouse #3, shoot was reused at least three more times

From Whitehouse #3, shoot was reused at least three more times

From Club Magazine, 1974

From Club Magazine, 1974

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Unknown – Darling
Unknown – Girl Illustrated
Unknown – H&E Naturiste #6 (Cover Model)
Unknown – In Depth Vol 3 #6 (Cover Model).
Unknown – Knave Vol 5 No. 3
Unknown – Knave Special #6. (Same shoot as Knave Vol 5, No 3)
Unknown – Late Night Extra Special #2
Unknown – Paris Las Vegas #86
Unknown – Peaches Special #13
Unknown – Plasir #2
Unknown – Play Dames #95
Unknown – Regency
Unknown – Scoop (Same shoot as Whitehouse #3)
Unknown – Whitehouse #3 (with curly wig)

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6 Comments

  • Kamal Gupta
    November 30, 2015 - 7:47 am | Permalink

    THANK YOU VERY MUCH. I SHOT THE MODEL IN 1976 BUT I LOST ALL NEGS / POST.

    • Sparks
      December 1, 2015 - 4:06 pm | Permalink

      Really? Where did you shoot her at? How did you meet her?

  • Kamal Gupta
    December 3, 2015 - 9:01 am | Permalink

    She was a model in ‘Camera Club’ very near Leicester Square Tube Station in London. I was a member. Of course shooting nude females was not the only activity – I was more interested in landscape and portrait photography. Too long tome ago.

    • Sparks
      January 6, 2016 - 9:31 pm | Permalink

      Do you know anything about her life? What happened to her?

  • December 22, 2016 - 3:17 am | Permalink

    Thankyou very much for curating this info. She destroyed my high school years around 1996 🙂 I think I first came across her via Debonair magazine, It was among the only portable toy available those days, in my remote coastal village. I took photography later, starting with an old Minolta Uniomat. This image was among the first philosophical paradoxes that altered my mindset about ‘possession’, liberalism etc. It later invaded all soft sciences arenas. It took this many years of digital empowerment, to finally find her identity.

  • Albert Stashin
    September 23, 2017 - 9:01 pm | Permalink

    Gorgeous photos

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