Playboy's July 1995 issue kicks off with a candid conversation with the charismatic actor and director Mel Gibson in the 'Playboy Interview'. The issue's key articles feature a deep dive into the infamous Menendez brothers' case in 'Menendez Confidential' and a look at the new wave of comedy in 'The New Postmodern Comic'.
The pictorial sections showcase 'Taylor Made', an enticing photoshoot, and 'Playboy Gallery: Karen Foster', featuring the renowned Playmate. The readers are also treated to the dramatic pictorial 'Carol Shaya: Busted' and 'Little Women', a charming collection of photos.
The issue delves into the realm of fashion with 'Hawaiian Chic' and 'The Linen Look', setting the tone for summer styles. 'The Heidi Chronicles' introduces the Playmate of the Month, while 'Party Jokes' injects a dose of humor.
For outdoor enthusiasts, the 'Water Toys' recreation section highlights the season's must-have items. 'Volleyball Goddesses' provides an inside look into the world of women's volleyball, while 'Carry On!' offers travel advice for the modern man.
The issue also includes 'Full Moon Rising', a Playboy profile, and a nostalgic look back with the 'Classic Cover and Centerfold: June 1961'. Rounding up the magazine is the '20 Questions' section featuring MTV news anchor Kurt Loder. You can purchase this issue online or at select vintage magazine stores.