TelescopeWelcome to "Colleen Corby"
Fashion Model


From the moment this site was created until now, people from
83 different countries have searched the name "Colleen Corby" and
found this site. Those countries include such seemingly unlikely places as:

Japan, China, India, Bangladesh, Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia, The Philippines,
Venezuela, Panama, Uruguay, Ecuador, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Guatemala, Costa Rica,
Montenegro, Croatia, Serbia, Albania, Moldova, Belarus, Slovakia, Slovenia, Lithuania,
Sudan, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, The United Arab Emirates, Oman, Iran, Lebanon, Armenia,
Nigeria & South Africa.

Though this site consists mainly of images from
my own collection, there are certain individuals I want
to thank for contributing images or scans, namely:

Susan Camp, who generously donated some
rare Colleen items she bought on eBay,
Mary R., who gave me the huge collection
of Colleen images she saved as a teen,
Vickie Hudson, who also gave me the large
collection of images she saved as a teen,
Noranne for allowing me to scan her collection
that she also saved from her teens,
"JJ's Playhouse", who sent me many scans
from his extensive catalog collection,
"Mapster68", who also sent a huge number of
scans from his catalog collection, and
"cpn", who likewise sent his scans.

Please Note: Those interested in what Colleen Corby is doing today, or
what Colleen looks like now, should see the bottom of the page
titled "Colleen the Model". Colleen interviews can be
found in the "Colleen Articles" section.

The latest images:

(Seventeen -
August 1963)

Chanel Ad
(Seventeen -
February 1971)

Ingenue Cover
(March 1964)

Sears #11
(Spring &
Summer 1964)


"The trouble is that we live in a failed system. Capitalism does not permit an even flow
of economic resources. With this system, a small privileged few are rich beyond conscience
and almost all others are doomed to be poor at some level. That's the way the system works.
And since we know that the system will not change the rules, we are going to have to change
the system."

- Martin Luther King Jr.