The stripers are the most desirable girls of the earth. Since the first nudes appeared in France in the late nineteenth century with the arrival of the New-Burlesque, striptease is part of our culture. At that time, a libertine and challenging city of Paris turned the music hall industry into the most acclaimed spectacle, until the famous “sexual revolution” appeared in the 60s, normalizing the total nude among the whole society.
Still, stip-tease dancers have always lived surrounded by an aura of sensuality and eroticism. Precisely they are devoted to the provocation. Each of her contortions are thought to excite the public and they makes use of elements such as dance bars, chairs, special costumes, etc.
Mata Hari was one of the first recognized erotic dancers. In Paris she became a real diva of stip-tease. She became so famous that people paid astronomical amounts of money to get seats in the front rows to see her show.
The strip-tease history has been closely linked to the cabarets, especially in Paris. Establishments such as the Moulin Rouge, the Crazy Horse, the Folies-Bergère or the Le Chat Noir have been the cradles of the striptease and they have seen grow the biggest stars of the genre. Currently, the Crazy Horse is still a lively cabaret and among its shows there are the hottest strip-teases in the world: important divas as Dita Von Teese, Carmen Electra, Arielle Dombasle or Philippe Decouflé have danced in the Crazy Horse. The Moulin Rouge was one of the first cabarets that offered strip-teases among its shows.
The cinema has also echoed some of the most notorious strip-tease in the history. Sophia Loren gave us one of the highlights of her career when she stripped for Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow (1963). Thanks to this strip-tease Vittorio De Sica won the Oscar for best foreign film, and Sophia became one of the greatest erotic myths of all time. Another notorious strip-tease of the cinema was that of Jane Fonda in Barbarella (1968), when she takes her space suit and stands completely naked with zero gravity. Kim Basinger became the undisputed queen of strip-tease after acting for Nine ½ Weeks (1986). Since its release, the Joe Cocker song has become the ideal soundtrack for any strip-tease worldwide. Demi Moore acted in Striptease (1996) and her nude has been very sounded in the film industry. Another great strip-tease was that of Paz Vega in Lucia and the Sex (2001).
Would you like to know the cradle of the strip-tease? Travel to Paris and discover its origins. In its cabarets will travel to the past and you will discover its purest essence. And to enjoy an incredible stay, stay in the best Apartments in Paris.