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Playboy Magazine July/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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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. 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. Simon Dumenco Dumenco has written for Esquire, New York and Rolling Stone and interviewed Philip Seymour Hoffman, Scarlett Johansson and Lou Reed, but Dr. Jordan Peterson Makes His Rounds marks the first time the writer-editor has profiled a university professor (or…

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dear playboy

ALL HAIL NINA I bought my very first PLAYBOY because the amazing and beautiful Nina Daniele deserves all the love and support in the world. It’s great supporting strong, empowering women who are in full control of their bodies. She makes this world a brighter, more beautiful place not only through her fashion and memes but because of her incredible spirit. Patrick Lacsina Toronto, Ontario Congratulations to 2018 Playmate of the Year Nina Daniele and her cover. It reminds me of the May 1964 cover—one of the best. Rick Givler Bellingham, Washington FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHT Call me naive, but I believe our vote still counts. The fact that a foreign power interfered with the 2016 election shows we need more election integrity. The risk-limiting audit solution Steve Friess presents in We Demand a Recount (May/June)…

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world of playboy

Anointing Nina On May 4, we honored 2018 Playmate of the Year Nina Daniele with an intimate brunch at Hollywood’s Beauty & Essex. Guests dined amid a dreamy swirl of roses and rosé to the accompaniment of live jazz and celebratory speeches, including a warm welcome from August 2000 Playmate Summer Altice (pictured bottom right). The highlight: a powerful statement from the guest of honor, whose poise and pluck on the podium reaffirmed that the Bronx beauty was the perfect choice to wear the PMOY crown. “Posing nude is a metaphor for building my armor,” said Nina. “The stronger I become, the more I have a chance to show other women that we are beautiful because we say we are.” Bunnies in the Beltway As a brand that’s been pushing buttons for six…

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remembering art paul 1925 – 2018

There would be no Playboy without Hugh Hefner, and there would be no Rabbit Head without Art Paul. We lost a truly irreplaceable member of the Playboy family when the magazine’s founding art director and creator of its storied logo passed away in April at the age of 93. “I designed the logo to depict the lighter side of life,” wrote Paul in an early memo about the Rabbit Head, which remains a case study in design and one of the most recognizable symbols in the world. Paul was also responsible for some of PLAYBOY’s most unforgettable covers during his 29-year tenure as the magazine’s creative steward, and though he left the company in 1982, he kept busy to the end. We profiled Paul in a Heritage feature just three…

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welcome to the playboy club

GALLERIES See Our NSFW Side Clara McGregor isn’t just the daughter of film legend Ewan; she’s also your latest crush. Key Holders can unlock all of Playboy.com’s NSFW galleries—including Clara’s, shot by Julian Ungano—and enjoy new pictorials every week. READ A Stoned Affair Would you trade wedding-day champagne toasts for nuptial bong hits? Playboy.com met dozens of vendors who gathered at the first Cannabis Wedding Expo, held this year in Los Angeles, for a report on the rise of weed weddings. EXCLUSIVES Mastodon Rising Playboy.com’s Chris Walker shadowed the Atlanta-bred four-piece at a recent Red Rocks show and found that they’re still experimenting—and affirming the importance of heavy metal. Not to miss: Jacki Vitetta’s stunning photography. PRODUCTS Summer Fest Style Guide Just arrived: Joyrich x Playboy’s summer festival collection, an eclectic array of sparkling tees and jersey robes for all sexes.…

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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 honored it, but I thought it was important for me to make my own name for myself.” Soon her charisma, her Jessica Rabbit body and…

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