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Dita Von Teese

Dita Von Teese was born under the name of Heather Renee Sweet and became famous after her marriage with Marilyn Manson, but she had unique appearances in the artistic field that attracted attention over her beauty. She was born on September 28th of 1972 and evolved in media as an American burlesque dancer, model and costume designer as well as a successful entrepreneur and occasional actress in different movies.

Her “Femme fatale” image became popular fast and her eccentric sexuality changed many perspectives regarding the social understanding of the sex industry. She even influenced some beauty standards in the 1990s and became a role model for young women all over the world. Dita was born as the second of three daughters in a poor family in Michigan. Even from her early youth she liked to combine the vintage style with the provocative one, creating a unique sexual figure that will resist for centuries and become emblematic for the end of the 20th century and even the beginning of the 21st century as well. Her mother noticed her talent and supported her by buying her clothes and taking care of her makeup and outfits for a while, until she could hire professional stylists. Dita took ballet classes and she originally wanted to be a ballerina but she ended up using her dancing talent into her burlesque show which will also bring her the fame she was aiming for. Dita Von Teese always liked sexy outfits and lingerie and was ahead of her time on this aspect. She liked wearing sexy stockings on the state and enjoy the reactions of men as they were watching her show. Corsets and sexy bras and panties were also her “specialty” and she had a great impact on the sex industry at the end of the 20th century, creating one sexy trend after another. Some of her global recognition came from the fetish world where she appeared as a tightlacer. After wearing corsets growing up, her waist became really small and attractive, around 56 cm and could be laced down as far as 42 cm which was a new style for that time. Dita appeared on many fetish magazines in sexy outfits, including Bizarre and Marquis and she also appeared on the cover of the Midori’s book, “The seductive art of Japanese Bondage”. In 1999 she appeared in Playboy for the first time but she continued to collaborate with the international publication in 2001 and 2002. All these appearances made her the sexy role model that’s he is today and opened new doors for other girls to follow her steps and have more confidence in their bodies. She was a great fan of sexuality in all its forms, however she was more inclined to perform in an erotic style and inspire men and women by stimulating their imagination to the kinkiest levels.

Such an impressive sexual figure conquered the heart of Marilyn Manson as well, who proposed to her on March 22nd of 2004. However, after they got married in the following year, their marriage only lasted for two years. When Dita filed from divorce she claimed “Irreconcilable differences”. "I wasn't supportive of his partying or his relationship with another girl. As much as I loved him, I wasn't going to be part of that.", declared Dita Von Teese for The Daily Telegraph at that time. The famous burlesque actress and model lives now in Hollywood, California, in a house that is decorated according to her vintage and eccentric preferences. Her sexy style and appearances still influence the cinematic world nowadays and her fans are following her website, eager to find out when they will see her again in a live performance or a movie. The way Dita influenced the erotic industry was crucial for the end of the 20th century and the beginning of the 21st century and destroyed many boundaries set by society to keep the sex industry under an unnecessary control.

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