Playboy Magazine, September 2016

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

Playboy Magazine, September 2016

In the September 2016 issue of Playboy Magazine, readers are introduced to a captivating mix of entertainment, culture, and serious discourse:


  • No Filter: Vashtie Kola, pioneering as the first woman to design an edition of Air Jordans, talks about her vision of unisex design.
  • Drinks: Dive into the transformation of Jagermeister, from a notorious bar-side shot to a sophisticated drink choice.
  • Tech: Discover the harmonious relationship between vinyl and wi-fi in the digital age.
  • Advisor: Rachel Rabbit White gives advice on the challenges and pitfalls of adding a third partner to a relationship.
  • My Way: Champion surfer Greg Long opens up about his hiatus from big wave surfing and how it saved him.
  • The Rabbit Hole: Dive deep into the statistical intricacies of Monday Night Football.
  • 20Q with Miles Teller: The "War Dogs" star offers a candid response to his detractors.
  • Books: Explore five dystopian novels that provide a comparative relief from the present political atmosphere.
  • Music: Jeff Weiss takes readers on a journey to Israel's iteration of the famous Burning Man festival.
  • FrancoFile: Renowned "Clockers" author Richard Price discusses his past struggles with drug addiction.
  • Sports: Former Jacksonville Jaguars lineman and medical marijuana advocate, Eben Britton, appeals to the NFL.


  • Interview with Andy Samberg: The comedian opens up about his comedic journey, emphasizing his memorable risqué jokes.
  • Drawn Together: Hemingway's heiress and artist, Langley Fox, showcases her tattooed body, captured through the lens of Kava Gorna.
  • Afghanistan's Last Chance: Experience the tense front lines where Afghan soldiers battle against ISIS.
  • The New Rules of Style: Navigate through twenty timeless fashion tips, curated for lifelong relevance.
  • Fiction: "Whereabouts" by Colin Winnette warns of the potential dangers of carpooling.
  • Miss September: Meet Kelly Gale, a model of Swedish descent, epitomizing the word "perfection."
  • The Rise and Fall of Loon: Delve into the transformation of Puff Daddy's former rapper, Loon, from a musical sensation to a convicted individual.
  • Road-Trippin': Hannah Glasby takes readers on an end-of-summer journey.
  • Artist in Residence: Explore Ben Venom's contrasting patchwork art that exudes raw energy and masculinity.

The September 2016 edition promises a stimulating blend of entertainment, insight, and cultural introspection, ensuring a gripping read for all.

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