Playboy Magazine, October 2016

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

Playboy Magazine, October 2016

In the October 2016 issue of Playboy Magazine, readers will find a rich tapestry of articles and features:


  • No Filter: Sharna Burgess, the celebrity choreographer, shares insights into impressing women.
  • Drinks: Explore three innovative variations of the classic shot-and-beer combo.
  • Food: Delve into the flavors of Filipino cuisine, from sizzling dishes to spicy-sweet delicacies.
  • Style: Learn why designers are infatuated with the footwear traditionally worn by hardworking Irishmen this season.
  • The Rabbit Hole: Ben Schott breaks down the growing popularity of electric vehicles.
  • 20Q with Rachel Bloom: The star of one of TV's most subversive shows speaks out on taboo subjects and media censorship.
  • TV: Discover the innovative blend of Black culture and the Marvel universe in Netflix's "Luke Cage."
  • Games: The engaging environment of 1960s New Orleans comes to life in "Mafia III."
  • Music: Hip-hop artist Vince Staples talks about staying true to his roots.
  • FrancoFile: Maggie Gyllenhaal delves into the authenticity of portraying sexual inhibitions on screen.
  • Politigs: Investigate the legal issues surrounding the use of bomb-rigged robots by law enforcement.


  • Interview with Kevin Hart: The comedy superstar reflects on his unparalleled work ethic and success at the box office.
  • The Renegades: A salute to seven trailblazers changing the cultural landscape in art, fashion, entertainment, and more.
  • Sky Ferreira: Bruce Dern accompanies the singer-songwriter as she embarks on a new phase of her career.
  • Fiction: Explore family dynamics in Tony Tulathimutte's suspenseful "After the Dyerses."
  • Miss October: Allie Silva opens up, while laying down ground rules for personal inquiries.
  • Technology Will Destroy Democracy... unless Alex Halderman stops it: A look into the intersection of technology and democracy, and one man's fight to preserve integrity.
  • Lily Bridger: Spend a day in the picturesque English countryside with London's new "It girl."
  • Artist in Residence: Chloé Kovska's irreverent cartoons re-imagine well-known characters with a playful twist.

With its blend of culture, entertainment, social issues, and unique insights, the October 2016 edition of Playboy Magazine caters to a broad readership, offering something intriguing for every type of reader.

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