"I am Veruschka who comes from the border between Russia, Germany, and Poland. I'd like to see what you can do with my face," said bold cutie Veruschka von Lehndorff upon returning to New York to model. Such boldness can be expected of a woman fathered by Count von Lehndorff-Steinort, who was involved in a plot to kill Adolph Hitler in 1944. He was hung that same year. Veruschka was only three. After her mother and sisters were released from Gestapo camps when the war was over, Veruschka became a model. The 34-22-34½ beauty appeared nude on the cover of Suede's single "The Drowners," covered in paint to appear to be wearing a man's suit. If you want her to lose the pretence, then check out Milo-Milo (1979).