The Celebrated White Suit

The Illustrious White Dress

The 1st SCORE covergirl (June, 1992), L.A. Bust, wears the kind of costume made noted by Marilyn Monroe in the movie 7 Year Itch. SaRenna also posed in a similar costume for her SCORE magazine launch in December, 1993.

L.A. was the 1st model/dancer to write a column in SCORE. L.A.’s column was called Night Moves. Future columnists Alyssa Alps and then Crystal Gunns followed the basic theme of writing about the clubs they danced in, interactions with the house dancers, their lives on the road and other related activities.

The late 1980s and the 1990s were the brilliance years for the modern club and the feature dancers (as well as lap dancing club goers).

L.A.’s lap dancing career began in Houston, Texas. This babe was a waitress in a undress club called GiGi’s Cabaret and endevoured stripping there. That babe found an agent, and shortly after that, photographer John Graham invited L.A. to pose in Palm Springs, California. When the pics were published, L.A.’s career exploded and that babe became much in demand by disrobe club managers and owners around the THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

A commonplace road travel for L.A. would be Tiffany’s in Jackson, Mississippi, then sister-club Tiffany’s in Boynton Beach, Florida and then the Classic Cat in Nashville, Tennessee. L.A. considered the Classic Cat to be the ultimate topless lap dancing club in city. She would pose for instant photos with the customers and autograph 8X10s and magazines. How many boys still have these items saved at home?

“My dressing room was attached to the dancers’ dressing room which allowed me to really have to know the gals of the Classic Cat Showbar. They are the sweetest and almost any gracious girls in Nashville,” renowned L.A.

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