This post-Playboy photography was taken by Nadav Kander and features ex-Playboy models from several decades ago.
Although the men's magazine is now trying to rebrand itself and stray away from overt nudity, it will always be known for producing women's photography in its signature style. Kander's photography shows women post-Playboy and has models such as Dolores Del Monte, an 82 year old woman who was Miss March in 1954. Another model featured is Marilyn Lownes, who posed for the magazine in 1972 and now works as a journalist.
These post-Playboy models reflect the beauty of these women while also inadvertently emphasizing how long the Playboy phenomenon has been a part of North American pop culture.
These Photos Show What Models Look Like "Post-Playboy"
1. Post-playboy Photography - This trend presents an opportunity for photographers to capture the beauty and stories of women who were former Playboy models.
2. Rebranding of Playboy - The rebranding of Playboy creates opportunities for marketers to develop new strategies and target new audiences.
3. Longevity of Playboy - The long-lasting impact of Playboy on pop culture highlights opportunities for content creators to explore and reimagine the brand's influence.
1. Photography - Photographers can leverage this trend to offer unique and diverse portfolio options for clients.
2. Marketing and Advertising - Marketers can help Playboy in its rebranding efforts by devising innovative campaigns that resonate with a wider audience.
3. Entertainment and Media - Content creators and producers can capitalize on the legacy of Playboy to develop new movies, TV shows, or documentaries that explore its history and impact.