The set is fascinating, and not really because it has fit barely clad girls in it.
There's a very.. 1950s/1960s feel to these photographs, partly because of the way you've toned them, but pole dancing is definitely a 21st century thing, so there's a nice little mental conflict there. There's also a combination of the "muscle man at the beach" and "bikini clad beauty at the beach" aesthetic from the 1950s and 1960s that's in play here.
Technically nice work, and an interesting set. I think the set works better than the individual images, and I think it only really works because you've made the toning choices to emphasize the connection to the past. This is in not way a negative criticism, I mean this entirely as a "well done!"
The one where the girl is photographing the other girl seems out of place to me.
The ones where the EITHER the pole is vertical OR the horizon is level seem stronger to me, as well. Tilting both is definitely an idea worth trying, but I think ultimately worth editing out