Playboy's September 1987 issue delivers a comprehensive mix of thought-provoking interviews, engaging pictorials, and insightful articles.
In the 'Playboy Interview', John Sculley, former president of PepsiCo and CEO of Apple Inc., shares his views on business, innovation, and the future of technology. 'Spy Wars' is an intriguing article that takes you into the world of international espionage.
In lifestyle and entertainment, 'Now Hear This' presents the latest trends and updates in audio technology. 'Back to Campus' offers fashion advice for the stylish student, while 'Hair Apparent' and 'Driving in the Real World' provide practical tips for modern living.
The issue features two captivating pictorials: 'Helmut Newton's Playmates' presents the iconic fashion photographer's take on Playboy's Playmates, and '25 Years of James Bond' pays homage to the enduring appeal of the world's most famous secret agent.
'The Dirty Little Secret That's Bon Jovi' uncovers intriguing aspects of the popular rock band. The issue's fiction segment, 'The Rules of Attraction', by Bret Easton Ellis, adds a touch of literary flair.
This issue's Playmate of the Month is 'On the Move', who is featured in a stunning pictorial. The magazine's trademark humor shines in 'Playboy's Party Jokes', and the 'Playboy's Pro Football Forecast' provides a sports forecast for the fans.
Magicians and entertainers Penn and Teller answer '20 Questions', providing an entertaining glimpse into their unique personalities. The September 1987 issue of Playboy Magazine is available for purchase online and in selected vintage magazine stores.