Playboy South Africa Shows How the Brand is a Part of Pop Culture

 - Jun 27, 2012
References: cherryflava & creativecriminals
In this Playboy South Africa ad directed by Jason Fialkov, viewers are invited to see the years of change in hair styles that Playboy has been a part of.

It begins in 1964 in a barber shop where a man is getting a haircut while he reaches over for a Playboy magazine. The men change as the decades go by and so do their hairstyles. At the end of the ad, Playboy writes, "Funny how women's hairstyles have influenced men."

The aim behind this ad is to show people how Playboy has played such a big role in pop culture since its inception in 1953. The ad showcases how Playboy has been there every step of the way, being a witness of myriads of fads, styles and trends.