There is still gunpowder in the flasks! Five "veterans" of Playboy starred for an exclusive issueBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/there-is-still-gunpowder-in-the-flasks-five-veterans-of-playboy-starred-for-an-exclusive-issue
The most popular men's magazine made an exclusive issue of Equality Issue, which included a photo shoot "Once a Playmate — always a Playmate". Five "girls of the month" took part in the shooting, who shone on the covers in the period from 1963 to 2012. All the "veterans", except the oldest, 77-year-old Victoria Valentino, posed nude. Watch the best shots from the unusual release further in our material.
Playboy pulled its "veterans" out of a measured retirement life. The latest issue, which will be released on December 17, will be dedicated to 5 stars of the publication. They have shone on his covers since the 60s.
Victoria Valentino, Candace Collins Jordan, Renee Tenison, Brand Roderick and Raquel Pomplan. The beauties posed nude for the exclusive Equality Issue to prove that there is still gunpowder in the powder flasks. The photo shoot covered a 56-year period, and the shooting itself took place in the style of the 70s.
The oldest model was 77-year-old Victoria Valentino, who shone on the cover of the magazine at the age of 20 in September 1963. She is the oldest of all the women who have ever posed for Playboy. The model put on a sexy robe for the shoot.
In 2014, Victoria caused a stir by accusing comedian Bill Cosby of drugging and raping her. She became one of the many women who brought charges against the celebrity and eventually the court in Pennsylvania sentenced an 81-year-old American actor to prison.
The next oldest is 62-year-old Candace Collins Jordan. She was the "Girl of the Month" in December 1979. She was only 22 at the time.
Candace was filmed half-naked on an orange rug in orange panties, covering her breasts with her hand.
In another picture, she is sipping a martini by the pool. The model demonstrates to women that beauty and sexuality know no boundaries. 51-year-old Renee Tenison first appeared on the cover of Playboy in November 1989. Later, in 1990, she became the first African-American "Girl of the Year".
Now the beauty owns two clothing stores. She didn't hesitate to pose topless.
Brand Roderick is 45 now. She was 25 years old when she graced the cover of the April 2000 issue of the magazine. In 2001, the model received the title of "Girl of the Year".
The beauty claims that she feels sexier at the age of forty than in her youth.
The youngest of the "veterans" was 32-year-old Raquel Pomplan. She shone on the cover of the April 2012 issue. In 2013, the girl became the first "Girl of the Year" of Mexican origin.
Only Raquel posed in an exclusive shoot completely naked. Now the beauty works in the acting field and says that a bold photo shoot is a rebellion against criticism and condemnation.The unusual idea of the creators of Playboy makes the December issue truly unique. The photo shoot, which brought together five generations of models, turned out to be hot and full of meaning. Each stage of the female age is beautiful in its own way, so you need to enjoy it to the fullest.
The life of beautiful and smiling Playboy models is not always happy, as it seems at first glance. Five beauties from the backgrounds have experienced terrible tragedies that make the blood run cold.