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Marrie Hill

1980 Mint 400
19 year old Marrie Hill, along with being one of the Mint 400 Queens, worked for Universal Models, one of the top modeling agencies in Las Vegas at the time. Marrie went on to dance in several Las Vegas shows, including the famed "Folies Bergere" at the Tropicana Hotel. Where are they now? After a musicians strike in 1989 put most of the dancers in town out of work temporarily, Marrie decided it might be time to plan for a more stable future. Always interested in fashion, she began working on costume designs for various shows in town and and working on her own designs for a clothing store. In 1990 she opened her own "sexy fashion" store called Thriller Clothing. Difficult at first, with only the mannequins for backup, she knew it was an opportunity to change her life."As an entertainer you need to "dress the part"," on stage and off. One of my biggest challenges was finding unique, stylish clothing that didn't cost a fortune. I knew lots of other dancers and performers felt the same way. I knew there was a market for my ideas and I knew there was nothing in Vegas like it. Then there's the fact that, of course, this town is full of nightlife. People dress up to go out to clubs or shows. They'll try things here that they might not try at home......." Check out Marrie's provocative fashions at Thriller Clothing here in Las Vegas.

Marrie Hill

Taken on Location at Hooper's Desert Inn Studio
Shot 1980




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