Famous Playboy Bunnies Through the Years

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Whether you love them, hate them, or dressed up as one for Halloween, there’s no escaping the Playboy bunny. The bunny ears, bow ties, and bust-accentuating corsets of Hugh Hefner’s legacy symbolize many things, and over the past 70 years they have constructed an iconic empire that changed media and culture forever. The first Playboy magazine was published in 1953, and by 1960 the first Playboy Club opened in Chicago. Since then, over 25,000 corset-clad bunnies have waited tables and poured drinks to A-list patrons and tourists alike. While they’re often condemned as a caricature of the male fantasy, the earliest Playboy bunnies were little more than waitresses tempted by flexible hours and heavy-handed tips. For many of those bunnies, haunting the halls of Playboy was little more than a side job—especially those who went on to make it big in their own right. In celebration of Hefner’s birthday, CR reminisces on some of the sultry scene’s most famous alumni.

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