Pamela Anderson poses on first Vogue cover. Pamela Anderson is officially a Vogue cover star.
The former Playboy model has made her debut on a different type of magazine, starring on three covers on Vogue’s Czechoslovakia’s June issue.
Anderson strikes some very dramatic poses as she’s photographed by Dan Beleiu in Cassis, France wearing Chanel, Saint Laurent, Versace and Savage X Fenty along side the phrase, ‘Who wants to kill Pamela Anderson?”
The publication explained that the shoot was inspired by the 1966 Czech film, ‘Who Wants To Kill Jessie?’
Writing on their Instagram, Vogue Czechoslovakia said: “Miracles happen. Pamela Anderson on the cover of #VOGUEcs. #FashionStory #SuperHeroine inspired by Who Wants to Kill Jessie? – the Czech cult film with special effects by Kája Saudek. That’s why you can only get this #LimitedCover at the Saudek retrospective exhibition at @Galerie_Tancici_Dum. Pamela wears a @Versace top, @MaxMara trousers and @RogerVivier boots. Photographed by @DanBeleiu.
In the interview accompanying the shoot, Pamela said: “Every girl wants to feel sexy. I think of myself as a socialist feminist. I love men. I don’t like authority,” and added, “Be careful who you share your weaknesses with. Some people can’t wait for the opportunity to use them against you.”
Pamela Anderson poses on first Vogue cover