Playboy Magazine, August 2000

July 28, 2023 in PlayBoy 2000s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, August 2000

Playboy's August 2000 issue is filled with intriguing stories about wealth, longevity, design influences, and compelling personalities.

'Millionaires' by Jamie Alananowski delves into the true realities of wealth – from luxurious lifestyles to unexpected difficulties.

'You Don't Look a Day Over 150. Want to Screw?' by Kathleen Sharp discusses the possibilities of extending human lifespan by learning from the longevity of flies.

'I-Mitation' explores the design influence of Apple's iMac on other commodities, showing how its aesthetics have become a new standard.

'There's Something About Macy' by Alison Lundgrin covers the journey of singer Macy Gray, from her expulsion from a boarding school to her skyrocketing success in the music industry.

'20Q Aimee Mann' features an interview with the talented singer-songwriter behind the 'Magnolia' soundtrack, discussing her music and the struggles she's faced in the industry.

'City Girls: Boys and Toys' by Aft Some discusses urban dating habits and relationship pitfalls.

'Buzz from Brazil' introduces Gisele Bundchen, one of the most prominent models at the time, discussing her career and her relationship with Leonardo DiCaprio.

'Art and Craft' is a fiction piece by Donald S. Westlake that narrates the story of an ex-con who has supposedly turned his life around to become a painter.

The Playboy Interview for this issue is with John Malkovich, the renowned actor known for his intense performances and thoughtful perspectives on diverse topics.

The August 2000 issue of Playboy Magazine can be purchased online or at selected outlets.

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