The July 1989 edition of Playboy Magazine offers an intriguing array of intimate interviews, insightful articles, gripping fiction, the latest fashion trends, humor, and breathtaking pictorials.
Starting with a candid 'Playboy Interview' with Barry Diller, the magazine invites readers to learn more about the life and thoughts of this influential media executive.
Highlighted articles in this issue include 'The Return of the Designing Woman' by Marcia Froelke Coburn, a piece on the comeback of the fashionable woman, and 'The Road from Afghanistan', an in-depth article exploring the aftermath of the war. 'Burning Desires: Sex in America', a series by Steve Chapple and David Talbot, continues to dissect American sexual trends, and 'By Golf Possessed' and 'The Game You'll Never Know' delve into the nuanced world of golf.
This issue’s fiction offering is 'A Sleep and A Forgetting' by Robert Silverberg, an engrossing read for fans of the genre. For those interested in the latest trends, 'Abboundi' by Hollis Wayne presents the current fashion styles, while 'Picture Perfect' and 'Kit & Caboodle' offer tips for modern living.
The monthly features 'Erika', Playboy's Playmate of the Month, and the humor section 'Playboy's Party Jokes' offer lighthearted entertainment. Pictorial highlights include 'Shelly Jamison: TV News Knockout' and 'B-Movie Bimbos', providing readers with tantalizing visuals.
The issue wraps up with a revealing '20 Questions' segment with actor William Shatner. The July 1989 issue of Playboy Magazine can be found online or in selected vintage magazine stores.