Playboy January 1958 Issue - Classic Style, Humor, and Tales from Paris to Hollywood

June 29, 2023 in PlayBoy 50s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy January 1958 Issue

The Playboy January 1958 issue brings in the New Year with an array of entertaining content. "The Room of Dark" sets the stage with an engaging piece of fiction, while “Basic Bar” in the Modern Living section teaches readers how to set up their home bar. “Just Like The Girl” is another tantalizing story, followed by “The Best Job in Television” that peeks behind the scenes of the TV industry.

“Silverstein in Paris” provides a visually stunning pictorial journey through the streets of Paris. Miss January, Playboy’s Playmate of the Month, graces the pages along with “Playboy’s Party Jokes” to keep the humor alive. “The False Confessors” is an insightful article, and “How to Avoid Making Out in Hollywood” adds a humorous twist. “Playboy’s Playmate Review” offers a pictorial recap, while “The Rumbling, Rambling Blues” is a thought-provoking feature. “The Plaster Saint” presents a ribald classic, and “Formal Forecast: The Return to Black” discusses classic men’s attire. The issue ends with a nostalgic nod to literature in “The Postpaid Poet.”

Collectors or enthusiasts can look for this issue in vintage magazine stores or on online platforms. Digital versions might also be available.

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