Playboy’s Classic Covergirls Re-Shot Their Iconic Pictures And They’re Looking Better Than Ever!
Playboy is one of the cornerstone institutions of our planet. From 1953, it has been dutifully assisting young boys, girls, their dads, their moms and everyone in between a chance to look at women and men. Not just women and men, almost naked women and men. Woohoo! But Playboy would be nothing like the brand we know today if it weren’t for Playmates who were happy to appear on the cover in fun and mostly sparse clothing. But, like other mortalsch, models age. Eventually, gravity catches up to the most attractive beings on the planet, but these ladies aren’t hiding away, they’re embracing it.
Playboy’s Playmates have recreated some iconic pictures from their early days and the results speak for themselves. Far from ‘elderly’, these women are proving they’re just as bold now as they ever were. Not that we’re being pervy. We’re celebrating the female form for what it is – awesome.
#1 Kimberly Conrad Hefner (1988)
This one is probably the most interesting considering she’s Hugh Hefner’s ex–wife and mother of Playboy’s Chief Creative Officer, Cooper Hefner. Apparently, Cooper made the request to recreate the cover on Mother’s day, and thankfully, she obliged.
#2 Lisa Mattthews, 1991
#3 Candace Collin, 1979
#4 Renee Tenison, 1990
#5 Charlotte Kemp, 1982
#6 Monique St. Pierre, 1979
#7 Cathy St. George, 1982
Clearly sexy knows no age and it it does, these women are intent on proving it wrong. At a point where we ceaselessly debate actresses shelf lives and the limited roles made available to older women, it might just be something as simple as a Playboy cover to make humanity realise something. Ageing isn’t going to change might as well get around to altering our mindset.
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