Every man, teenager and probably even boys have either heard or seen this one iconic magazine, famous for its rather entertaining adult content … and hot ladies! Of course, I’m talking about Hugh Hefner’s “Playboy”, founded in Chicago in 1953. Hefner actually had to borrow $1,000 from his mother to get the magazine up and running. Can you imagine how much our childhood would suck if he didn’t get the money?
Aside from the male-oriented articles, the Playboy magazine has been responsible for kickstarting the careers of hundreds upon hundreds of sizzling hot models throughout its history. Many of those bombshells agreed to pose for a new series of pictures, long after they’ve been first featured on the pages of Playboy. From Miss March 1954 to Miss January 1979, the models were recently featured in «New York Mag». Let’s take a look at these beauties once again!
Laura Aldridge, 59 years old.
Miss Feb. 1976, Post-Playboy: Stylist, Decorator
Candace Jordan, 60 years old
Miss Dec. 1979, Post-Playboy: Society Columnist
Janet Lupo, 64 years old
Miss Nov. 1975, Post-Playboy: Real-Estate Agent, Entrepreneur
Marilyn Cole Lownes, 65 years old
Miss Jan. 1972, Post-Playboy: Journalist
Helena Antonaccio, 65 years old
Miss June 1969, Post-Playboy: Doggie-Day-Care Counselor
Dolores Del Monte, 82 years old
Miss Mar. 1954, Post-Playboy: Public Relations