Playboy bunnies

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Subscriber Account active since. Playboy magazine founder Hugh Hefner died Wednesday at the age of In the early days of Playboy, the magazine was must-buy material for anyone seeking titillation and female nudity. By the '60s, what had started as a men's magazine had transformed into a burgeoning lifestyle brand with nightclubs, and its own homegrown celebrities. And later, for Hefner, it also included a rotating roster of gorgeous girlfriends. Its website stopped publishing nude photos in August , and its print edition followed suit until early when Hefner's son, Cooper, said " removing it entirely was a mistake.

The evolution of the Playboy woman's body type from the 1950s to now

20+ Most Famous Playboy Bunnies - Playboy Bunnies Through the Years

Subscriber Account active since. Years after the last original Playboy Club closed down and even after the death of Playboy founder Hugh Hefner in , the women who don the iconic Playboy Bunny outfits still draw fascination and curiosity. You've probably heard the terms Playboy Bunny and Playmate tossed around interchangeably — but they're actually completely different roles, a Playboy spokesperson told Business Insider. As of December , women have been given the title of "Playboy Playmate" since the inception of the magazine, according to Playboy. Bunnies, one the other hand, "are hired to be cocktail servers and hostesses only," Thomerson said.

A day in the life of a Playboy bunny, and how the controversial job has changed over 60 years

A Playboy Bunny is a waitress at a Playboy Club. Bunnies at the original Playboy Clubs that operated between and [1] were selected through auditions, received standardized training, and wore a costume called a "bunny suit" inspired by the tuxedo -wearing Playboy rabbit mascot , consisting of a strapless corset teddy , bunny ears, black pantyhose, a bow tie , a collar , cuffs and a fluffy cottontail. More recent Playboy Clubs have also featured Bunnies, in some cases with redesigned costumes based on the original bunny suit. Bunny's Tavern was named for its original owner, Bernard "Bunny" Fitzsimmons, who opened for business in
Whether you love them, hate them, or dressed up as one for Halloween, there's no escaping the Playboy bunny. The bunny ears, bow ties, and bust-accentuating corsets of Hugh Hefner's legacy symbolize many things, and over the past 70 years they have constructed an iconic empire that changed media and culture forever. The first Playboy magazine was published in , and by the first Playboy Club opened in Chicago.