Over the years, Playboy has featured some of the world’s most iconic beauties. As a reminder that beauty is truly ageless, the magazine invited seven former Playmates to recreate their famous cover looks.
Carl’s Jr. unveils a new ad strategy pushes that guy (Carl Jr.) out of the office and does away with all those hot girls eating burgers in their bikinis.
Newly single Scarlett Johansson says she doesn’t think it’s “natural” for people to have just one romantic partner at a time. The Hollywood stunner, who recently split from her husband of two years, Romain Dauriac, sat down with Playboy magazine to discuss her views on love — revealing what she truly thinks of monogamous relationships. Although married twice, this isn’t the first time Johansson has expressed her skepticism towards monogamy.
When Miley Cyrus posed for Annie Leibovitz in 2008, her fans went nuts. The provocative spread for Vanity Fair, which featured Cyrus semi-nude wrapped in a sheet, effectively squashed the Disney image the star had built up. Millions began to see her in a different light.
In October 2015, Playboy announced that it will no longer publish full nudes —and today on Twitter, Playboy announced that Pamela Anderson will be the last full nude in the January/February 2016 issue, photographed by Ellen Von Unwerth, well known for her work in high-fashion erotica. This will be Anderson’s 14th time on the cover of the magazine, from her first cover in October 1989 half-dressed in a schoolboy blazer to the iconic June 1998 cover featuring the four babes of Baywatch. Anderson admitted herself that Hugh Hefner’s ideal of the “girl next door” posing nude is outdated.
Supermodel Cindy Crawford, shot by legendary fashion photographer Herb Ritts, on the July 1988 cover of Playboy. For 62 years, the men’s lifestyle publication well known for its nude centerfolds, has played with the trope, “I read Playboy for the articles.” It has published authors like Arthur C. Clarke, Chuck Palahniuk, Haruki Murakami, Ian Fleming, and yes, feminist Margaret Atwood. It was where Jimmy Carter admitted to cheating on his wife, Metallica admitted to being dysfunctional, and John Lennon granted his last interview — which was published when he was murdered. As reported by The New York Times, in 2013, Playboy made its website “suitable for work” (SFW) in order to draw attention to its quality content and to separate itself from other men’s magazines like Penthouse.