Models In A Carnaby Street Shop Window (1966)

On May 11 1966, models Diane James and Jina Baker take part in a risque photoshoot in the window of a new Henry Moss boutique in Carnaby Street, London. They became living mannequins. The shoppers in the street stopped to watch:

 

Models Diane James and Jina Baker take part in a risque photoshoot in the window of a new Henry Moss boutique in Carnaby Street, London, 11th May 1966. (Photo by John Downing/Daily Express/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Models Diane James and Jina Baker take part in a risque photoshoot in the window of a new Henry Moss boutique in Carnaby Street, London, 11th May 1966. (Photo by John Downing/Daily Express/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

11th May 1966: Police arrive at Carnaby Street in London to question boutique owner Henry Moss and models Diane James and Jina Baker after they caused congestion in the street by changing clothes in the shop window. (Photo by McKeown/Express/Getty Images)

11th May 1966: Police arrive at Carnaby Street in London to question boutique owner Henry Moss and models Diane James and Jina Baker after they caused congestion in the street by changing clothes in the shop window. (Photo by McKeown/Express/Getty Images)

11th May 1966: A model takes part in a raunchy photoshoot in the window of a new Henry Moss boutique in London's fashionable Carnaby Street. (Photo by John Downing/Express/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

11th May 1966: A model takes part in a raunchy photoshoot in the window of a new Henry Moss boutique in London’s fashionable Carnaby Street. (Photo by John Downing/Express/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

11th May 1966: A model takes part in a raunchy photoshoot in the window of a new Henry Moss boutique in London's fashionable Carnaby Street. (Photo by John Downing/Express/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

11th May 1966: A model takes part in a raunchy photoshoot in the window of a new Henry Moss boutique in London’s fashionable Carnaby Street. (Photo by John Downing/Express/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

11th May 1966: Police arrive at Carnaby Street in London to question boutique owner Henry Moss and models Diane James and Jina Baker after they caused congestion in the street by changing clothes in the shop window. (Photo by McKeown/Express/Getty Images)

11th May 1966: Police arrive at Carnaby Street in London to question boutique owner Henry Moss and models Diane James and Jina Baker after they caused congestion in the street by changing clothes in the shop window. (Photo by McKeown/Express/Getty Images)

A model taking part in a risque photoshoot in the window of a new Henry Moss boutique in Carnaby Street, London, 11th May 1966. (Photo by John Downing/Daily Express/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

A model taking part in a risque photoshoot in the window of a new Henry Moss boutique in Carnaby Street, London, 11th May 1966. (Photo by John Downing/Daily Express/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

A model taking part in a risque photoshoot in the window of a new Henry Moss boutique in Carnaby Street, London, 11th May 1966. (Photo by John Downing/Daily Express/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

A model taking part in a risque photoshoot in the window of a new Henry Moss boutique in Carnaby Street, London, 11th May 1966. (Photo by John Downing/Daily Express/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

12th May 1966: Carnaby Street shop owner Henry Moss attracted crowds by hiring scantily-clad models to pose as mannequins in his window. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images)

12th May 1966: Carnaby Street shop owner Henry Moss attracted crowds by hiring scantily-clad models to pose as mannequins in his window. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images)

Live models being dressed in the window of the Carnaby Street boutique 'Lady Jane'. (Photo by Evening Standard/Getty Images)

Live models being dressed in the window of the Carnaby Street boutique ‘Lady Jane’. (Photo by Evening Standard/Getty Images)