Playboy is not only the most famous magazine in the world, but it is also a kind of cultural phenomenon. Running for almost 70 years now, the magazine created a sexual revolution in the US upon its release. No other magazine combined naked girls (called Playmates), short stories from such writers as Haruki Murakami and Margaret Atwood, artworks from famous cartoonists and interviews with interesting people at the time. Being a creative magazine, the Playboy also does all sorts of interesting photos.
Recently Playboy magazine has recreated their cover photos of 7 Playboy girls, and the results are beautiful. Featuring Kimberley Conrad Hefner (1988), Charlotte Kemp (1982), Cathy St. George (1982), Monique St. Pierre (1978), Renee Tenison (1989), Candace Collins (1979), and Lisa Matthews (1990) - the Playboy covers were recreated by photographers Ben Miller and Ryan Lowry for Playboy, around 30 years after the releases of the previous ones. Every single one proves that beauty is timeless and women, no matter if they were Playboy bunnies or not, can be sexy at any age. As Hugh Hefner once said: "Once a Playmate, always a Playmate."