Greatest of Teese
Burlesque queen and fetishist has become fashion's "It" girl.
By Booth Moore
Times Staff Writer
February 3, 2006
It's Friday afternoon in the picket-fence suburb of Chatsworth. The sun is low as an iron gate parts to reveal a steep driveway leading to a classic, low-slung ranch house.
The front door opens and there is Dita Von Teese — a porcelain doll, not a raven hair out of place. Her scarlet fingernails are filed into pointy talons, her lipstick and beauty mark perfect.