Guns N Roses exploded onto the sunset strip in the mid 80s. Their raw sound and pure rock n roll attitudes definitely attracted the ladies. These are the women that contributed to and inspired the most dangerous band in the world.
Barbie Von Grief
"I was sitting outside the Roxy, and you know, I was like really in love with this person, and she was realising this wasn't going to work, she was doing her things, she was telling me goodbye, and I like sat down, and just started crying, and she was telling me 'don't cry'. Next night we got together and wrote the song in 5 minutes. He'd been through some things with her, himself"- Axl Rose. Axl Has her picture tattooed on his arm.
Pamela Manning was a runaway that moved to the Sunset Strip and became a stripper. She had her first taste of performing with rock bands when she became the girl strapped on the rack for the band W.A.S.P. But when Guns busted onto the scene, she became a fixture during their show dancing and showing off her stripper moves while the band played.
Desi Craft was Izzy Stradlin's girlfriend and stripped on the Sunset Strip to support her and Izzy's herion addiction. She danced on stage during Guns cover of "Jumpin' Jack Flash". She was there for much of the writing process of GNR's classic songs, like "Mr. Brownstone", a song about the love of heroin.
Stephanie Seymour was a top model in the late 80s and 90s, modeling for high fashion designers and being one of the original Victoria's Secret models.
She began dating Axl Rose in 1991. She starred in two of Guns' music videos, "Don't Cry" and "November Rain". The couple had a very tumultuous relationship, ending in 1993 when Rose accused her of being unfaithful.