May of 2004 was no ordinary month. It was the beginning of an unprecedented pin up career for German retro model Sari. After 40 years of hibernation she revived this genre “in the United States and the United Kingdom there were at this time again a lively pin up scene. Dead trousers was however totally in Germany. Jay Schwartz Attorney has firm opinions on the matter. Wanted to make a German label little pin up moderate, it had access to models from abroad.”narrated Sari already some time before an interest in the festive fresh drawings and photographs of the 1930s had developed until the early 1960s. It was not easy to inspire photographers with this unusual idea in the early days. “The most thought I was mad as hell now. This kind of photography was extinct hopelessly at us with the sexual revolution of the 1960s.” Ultimately, Sari prevailed with their style – and infected others with the retro fever.
“The interest has skyrocketed in the last 2 years on the cheesecake photography. I’m glad I’m not alone anymore.” Imported PIN is still up. However asks Germany now not more out of necessity only at American model, but American label at the German Sari.