Past Playmates Pose to Recreate Iconic Covers

In a move to further bolster Playboy’s modern approach to beauty, sex and equality, seven past Playmates from the magazine’s vast archives have recreated their original cover shots, showing that ‘beauty is ageless, sex appeal is timeless and exuberance is eternal.’

Hugh Hefner is famed for his opinion that there is no such thing as a ‘former Playmate’; that all members of the Playboy family are members for life and are always welcome.

past playmates pose to sexy iconic covers

The new shoots feature seven of the most iconic models the magazine has featured over the years, including Kimberly Conrad Hefner, Hugh’s ex-wife and the mother of his children, Charlotte Kemp, who used her fame to rally running teams to raise money for charity, Monique St Pierre, who now runs a rehabilitation house for women suffering drug and alcohol addiction, Reneé Tenison, who was the first African American Playmate of the year, Lisa Matthews, who somehow hasn’t aged a day in 26 years, as well as Cathy St George and Candace Collins.

playboy models recreate cover by hat

Some of the original covers go back as far as 1979, making the gap in between shoots 38 years; a huge number when you consider the changes the magazine has seen in that time, only to come full circle. The final result? Playboy’s mantra regarding beauty, sex appeal and exuberance looks pretty bang on to us.

Check it out

playboy models recreate cover monique st pierre

playboy models recreate cover kimberly conrad hefner

playboy models recreate cover cathy st george

playboy models recreate cover candace collins

Have you subscribed to Man of Many? You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.