What can you only pose sexy in a magazine when you are in the early years? Well that's not what Playboy and seven models think that were invited by this magazine to recreate the covers they made when they were much younger, achieving a great result.
The famous publication included some of the most memorable and iconic covers of its Playmate of the Year franchise, including Kimberley Conrad Hefner, ex-wife of the founder of said magazine Hugh Hefner and mother of current creative director Cooper Hefner.
"We decided to do a group of covers again and I was sitting with my mom on Mother's Day and I said, 'Hey mom, do you want a chance to do your cover again?'" Cooper explains in a video that uploaded posting to your Twitter page. "It's an unconventional question to ask on Mother's Day but she said yes."
Also included in the series was the controversial cover of Reneé Tenison, the first African-American model to beautify the cover of this edition.
"Some women were saying that they were showing me as an object, but I said, 'Well, if you are in favor of women deciding, shouldn't I have the option to choose what I want to do?" Tenison magazine. “If I want to pose nude, I must have the opportunity to do so. When the issue came out, the response was 90 percent positive, and perhaps ten percent did not like it. If you look back, all the great models from Christy Turlington to Naomi Campbell posed nude. I see it as art”.
What do you think of the images?