‘Playboy’ is an infamous men’s lifestyle and entertainment magazine, founded by Hugh Hefner in 1953 after he was funded in part by a $1,000 loan from his mother to get the magazine up and running.
The magazine had advanced the careers of thousands of models over the years, and a few of them agreed to pose for a new series of pictures years after they’d first appeared in ‘Playboy’. Spanning three decades, from Miss March 1954 to Miss January 1979, the models were snapped by photographer Nadav Kander for a recent feature in ‘New York Magazine’.
1. 65-year-old Helena Antonaccio, Miss June 1969; Post-Playboy: Doggie-Day-Care Counselor:
2. 82-year-old Dolores Del Monte, Miss March 1954; Post-Playboy: Public Relations:
3. 64-year-old Janet Lupo, Miss November 1975; Post-Playboy: Real-Estate Agent, Entrepreneur:
4. 60-year-old Candace Jordan, Miss December 1979; Post-Playboy: Society Columnist:
5. 65-year-old Marilyn Cole Lownes, Miss January 1972; Post-Playboy: Journalist:
6. 59-year-old Laura Aldridge, Miss February 1976; Post-Playboy: Stylist,Decorator
Source: Bored Panda