Playboy Magazine, February 1988

July 18, 2023 in PlayBoy 80s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, February 1988

The February 1988 issue of Playboy Magazine packs a punch with an array of compelling content.

In the 'Playboy Interview,' film director and producer Oliver Stone sits down for a candid conversation about his life, inspirations, and cinema.

The issue features fiction pieces like 'An Ancient Affair' by Aaron Abbey and 'Waiting for the Night Flight' by David Michael Kaplan, both offering readers a captivating journey through narrative landscapes.

'Page 3 Girls' is a pictorial that exudes charm and allure, while 'Designing Women' dives into the world of fashion, capturing the trends of the time. 'Naturally, Kari' introduces the Playboy Playmate of the Month with an intriguing pictorial.

'In Search of Primitive Man' by E. Jean Carroll is a compelling article that takes readers back in time, exploring our ancestral roots and shedding light on what makes us human.

The issue also features the essay 'Why Spy?' by William F. Buckley Jr., and 'Company Wife', a fascinating memoir by Karen Wynn.

'Wintering Heights' by Richard and Joyce Wolkomir is a modern living feature that provides insights on making the most of the winter season. 'Tyson the Terrible' is a personality feature about the renowned heavyweight boxer Mike Tyson, while 'Minimum Headroom' by Benjamin J. Stein is an insightful article about the financial landscape of the time.

The pictorial by Lucien Clergue adds a dash of artistic flair to the issue, and 'The Bucks Start Here' provides a handy chart for managing finances.

This issue's '20 Questions' features Harold Washington, giving readers an inside look into the life of this significant political figure.

The February 1988 issue of Playboy Magazine is available for purchase online and in select vintage magazine stores.

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