Playboy Magazine April 1961 Issue - Spring Fashion, Urban Chic, and Parisian Allure

Playboy Magazine April 1961 Issue

Playboy's April 1961 issue brings to life the vibrancy of Spring and Summer through an extensive fashion forecast. The spotlight of the issue is "The Age of the Urban Chick" by Jules Feiffer, which intriguingly explores the contemporary urban lifestyle. J. Paul Getty's insights on "Big Business Booby Traps" provide a unique perspective into the world of business.

Moreover, the issue takes readers on a journey to experience the elegance and charm of Paris through "Les Girls from La Vie Parisienne." Notable contributors like Ken Purdy, Charles Beaumont, and Al Morgan add layers of depth and entertainment. The issue is also adorned with brilliant artworks by renowned artists like Shel Silverstein, Alberto Vargas, and Eldon Dedini. Perfect for readers looking to immerse themselves in a fusion of fashion, lifestyle, and international allure.

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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