Playboy Magazine, March 2015

Aug. 13, 2023 in PlayBoy 2000s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, March 2015

The March 2015 edition of Playboy offers an engaging mix of profiles, fashion, lifestyle, art, and entertainment:

  • The Resurrection of Lil Boosie: Ethan Brown examines the five-year struggle of rapper Lil Boosie, who overcame a false murder charge to become an icon in Ferguson and beyond. A testament to the human spirit and a journey of redemption.
  • Engine Trouble: William Wheeler ventures into Cuba's drag-racing underground, where mechanical ingenuity reigns supreme, and where money isn't the ticket to success.
  • Street Smarts 2015: The magazine presents a stylish guide to this spring's best urban-inspired looks, fusing new style with old class.
  • Into the Blue: Mickey Rapkin profiles denim dealer Brit Eaton, who goes through hell and back to find jeans that are worth a fortune. It's a fascinating glimpse into a niche market.
  • Ben Schwartz: David Rensin uncovers the many talents of actor Ben Schwartz, best known for playing a certain type of character but whose abilities extend much further.
  • Interview with Vince Vaughn: David Hochman gets into the complex mind of everyone's favorite swinger, actor Vince Vaughn, digging deep into the man behind the charming exterior.
  • Fiction: The gripping tale, "The Bull You See, The Bull You Don't," explores how a trip to Spain turns into a nightmare for Alice's marriage.
  • Match Point: The sensuality of tennis is captured in a shoot with Katrina Elizabeth, turning up the heat on the court.
  • Once Upon a Time in the West: Miss March Chelsie Aryn glows in the American sunset, embodying the beauty of the desert in this striking pictorial.
  • Home Sweet Home: In the lingerie special, model Gia Genevieve takes on the role of a domestic goddess in the city that never sleeps, bringing sultriness to homely scenarios.

With its blend of culture, style, intellect, and sensuality, the March 2015 issue of Playboy promises a read that's as intriguing as it is enjoyable. Whether the reader is drawn to the unique world of underground racing, the allure of urban fashion, the insightful interviews, or the captivating visual arts, there's something for everyone in this well-rounded issue.

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