Playboy February 1960 Issue - Jazz, Fashion, Humor, and More!

June 30, 2023 in PlayBoy 60s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy February 1960 Issue

Playboy’s February 1960 issue is a blend of music, fashion, humor, fiction, and leisure.

The issue kicks off with "The 1960 Playboy All-Stars" focusing on jazz, spotlighting notable musicians and offering insights into the world of jazz.

For the fashion-conscious, “Completing Your Continental Wardrobe” provides guidance on attire, ensuring readers are well-dressed for every occasion.

“The Commercial” delivers humor, while “The Real Lady Chatterley” offers satire that pokes fun at societal norms.

In the fiction section, “Glenn's Girl” captivates readers with an engaging story.

For the sports enthusiasts, “Hialeah Race Course” showcases this iconic venue as a place for the man at his leisure.

“Midwinter Thaw” introduces Playboy's Playmate of the Month, bringing warmth to the winter season.

Keeping the tradition, “Playboy's Party Jokes” offers humor, while “Meanwhile, Back at The Bromide” continues the satirical theme.

“The Gentleman's Home Bar” in the modern living section offers tips and tricks for setting up a home bar.

“La Boutique Fantasque” delves into nostalgia, taking readers on a trip down memory lane.

“The Best of Mansfield” is a pictorial section celebrating beauty.

Lastly, “The Feathered Spy” ends the issue with a ribald classic, blending humor and historical storytelling.

Collectors and enthusiasts can find this issue in vintage magazine shops or through online platforms specializing in vintage publications. Digital versions may also be available.

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