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Playboy South Africa August 2018

Playboy has unveiled the latest creative evolution of the brand with its re-focused principles that are core to our philosophy and also includes more provocative pictorials. Last year, we removed explicit nudity, but from here on out, it is freedom of choice and personal expression that our fans will experience once again within the pages of the magazine. Playboy remains committed to its award-winning mix of long-form journalism, interviews and fiction and has recently brought back some of its familiar franchises, such as Playboy’s Party Jokes, Playboy Cartoons, World of Playboy, and the debut of the Heritage section. Discover what you’ve been missing and subscribe now.

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Chris Shonting Shonting’s thoughtful yet in-your-face style is the 2018 photographic synthesis of Kids and “Kids in America.” For Laughter in the Dark, part of Playboy’s Summer Comedy Spotlight, the New York–based shooter spent time with the lovable leftist podcast pundits of Chapo Trap House. Danielle Levitt In addition to a passel of editorial credits, this photographer’s portfolio is packed with standout campaigns for the likes of Girls and Planned Parenthood.In 20Q, the shutterbug—and Emmy-winning director—zooms in on Get Out scene-stealer Lakeith Stanfield following the 26-year-old’s star turn in Sorry to Bother You. Ling Ma In Shark Fin Dinner Party, Ma, who teaches fiction writing at the University of Chicago, navigates love and adulting via protagonist Candace Chen’s epic apartment fete in Brooklyn. The exclusive excerpt is from Ma’s debut novel, Severance, out August 14…

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dear playboy

THE PLEASURE IS OURS You knocked it out of the park with your May/June issue. How fun and incredibly sexy to see the Femlin come to life through 2018 Playmate of the Year Nina Daniele. The way she kicks the l in playboy askew is especially clever, given the shifts inside the cover. As a woman who has been reading playboy for years, I’ve always felt as though I was sneaking in the back door of a gentlemen’s club. I shrugged off the cigar smoke and sexist jokes because I drew so much inspiration from the Playmates—it was their club, after all. In this issue, with all the great features and the new tagline “Entertainment for All,” it feels like the front door is wide open and the cigar smoke has cleared.…

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eating meaty

CHICKEN MEATBALLS Ingredients 1kg chicken mince1 large red salad onion1 medium red pepper or 2 medium pimento peppers and pips1 tsp fresh garlic2 tsp onion powder1 tbsp soya sauce1 tbsp honey1 tsp salt2g ground black pepper1 handful of freshly chopped basil1 large egg Garnish 1 tsp sesame seeds½ tsp honey½ tsp olive oil Instructions • Preheat oven to 200°C.• Make use of a large mixing bowl.• Chop the red salad onion into small pieces.• Chop the red pepper or pimento peppers into small pieces and keep the pips.• Add the onion, pepper and pips to the chicken mince.• Add the freshly minced garlic, onion powder, soya sauce, honey, salt, ground black pepper and freshly chopped parsley and mix well.• Whisk the egg separately and add to the mince. Mix well.• Prepare a baking dish with non-stick…

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caroline vreeland

Musician, model and bon vivant Caroline Vreeland has heard it a thousand times: “There are people who are like, ‘Oh, she’s hot and has big tits,’ and then, ‘She sings? Who knew?’” With her first EP slated to drop later this year, that decidedly myopic perception is about to shift. The Marin County native started singing at the age of eight; when she moved to Los Angeles a decade later, she could easily have leveraged her family name—she’s the great-granddaughter of legendary Vogue editor in chief Diana Vreeland. “I was always a little bit bratty about the Diana thing,” she says. “Of course I honoured it, but I thought it was important for me to make my own name for myself.” Soon her charisma, her Jessica Rabbit body and her…

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juliet amelia

Were you excited to shoot for Playboy? Yes! It has always been a dream of mine. Tell us something surprising about you? I’m full of surprises. That’s what makes life exciting. I enjoy the thrill of driving on the race track. My favourites are Spring Mountain in Las Vegas and Sebring in Florida. Describe yourself in one sentence What you see is what you get. Beauty on the outside and love and respect on the inside. What are some of your hobbies? Working out, exploring new cities, track days, personal growth and shopping. What is your biggest turn on? Confidence, sense of humour, spontaneity, honesty, snuggles, exotic cars, genuine people and soaking in the sun on the beach. What turns you off the most? Arrogance, disrespect, rudeness, laziness, jealousy, being too busy to spend time with me. Describe to us your perfect…

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welcome to my mind

I have this bit. I don’t even know if it’s actually…. No, it’s definitely not comedy. It’s just a weird piece where I talk about somebody I knew in Nashville who was coming to my show. I jokingly said, “Hey, bring some weed! I’ll give you some tickets.” I really didn’t care if she brought weed or not, but she brought a joint, and I’m like, “Thank you.” I get back to the Airbnb and I’m looking at the joint, and it looks super brown. And then I break down the joint and it’s mostly tobacco. She gave me a spliff. Now, that’s weird, rude, inconsiderate, dishonest. I don’t smoke cigarettes. You can’t give somebody a surprise cigarette, you know what I mean? And it wasn’t even a good ratio of tobacco to…