Wednesday, 11. December 2013 - 05:12
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Baywatch babe Pamela Anderson has put her twin peaks on show - to become the new face and body for a range of traditional Alpine clothing.
Pamela - more used to stripping down than dressing up - is launching a new range of dirndls for an Austrian fashion designer, where the dress is seen as wholesomely sexy.
A tight, lace-up corset top made the most of the star's talents while a low cut blouse left little to the imagination.
But just so people know she's no lederho', Pammy's modesty was preserved in a flowing calf-length dress.
"I was born to wear the dirndl," said Pam after a modelling session for designers Zillertaler Trachtenwelt.
The firm's managing director Thomas Dims added: "She was completely taken by them. We thought the shoot would take a few minutes but she was with us for three hours."
"She even took an armful of the dresses back to LA," he added.
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