Anderson was on a record-breaking 13 Playboy covers—this one was her first. Anderson was Playmate of the Month in the magazine's February issue. Smith first appeared on Playboy 's March cover. Shortly therafter, she was named Miss May and the Guess jeans spokesmodel. She went on to be Playboy 's Playmate of the Year, and appeared on three more Playboy covers. Their relationship was the subject of the popular reality show The Girls Next Door. Hefner recreates a photo taken at Stansted airport back in the s to celebrate the opening of the new Playboy Club in Mayfair. After much controversy, it was cancelled after only three episodes.
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Bridget works on the filming of the horror movie she's producing with Holly in the cast, and Kendra goes car shopping. Bridget leaves the Mansion for a four-month trip to tape her new television series, and Kendra moves out of the Mansion permanently. Watch now.
A Playboy Bunny is a waitress at a Playboy Club. Bunnies at the original Playboy Clubs that operated between and  were selected through auditions, received standardized training, and wore a costume called a "bunny suit" inspired by the tuxedo -wearing Playboy rabbit mascot , consisting of a strapless corset teddy , bunny ears, black pantyhose, a bow tie , a collar , cuffs and a fluffy cottontail. More recent Playboy Clubs have also featured Bunnies, in some cases with redesigned costumes based on the original bunny suit. Bunny's Tavern was named for its original owner, Bernard "Bunny" Fitzsimmons, who opened for business in Serving daily food specials for a mere thirty-five cents, as well as ten-cent draft beers, Bunny's catered to locals and University of Illinois students alike. One of those students in the late s was Hugh Hefner. Hefner formally acknowledged the origin of the Playboy Bunny in a letter to Bunny's Tavern, which is now framed and on public display in the bar. Bunny's Tavern's usage of the outfit is considered a variant of showgirl costume. Taurins had suggested a costume modeled after the Playboy Magazine trademark: a rabbit or bunny.
According to the magazine mogul — who died yesterday at the age of 91 — the real inspiration behind the Playboy Bunny was a student bar from his University days. The bar, which opened in , was a favourite for poverty stricken students because of its 26p daily food specials and draft beer for 8p a glass. When Hugh set up his Playboy empire, in the s, he came up with the his rabbit logo and consequently the Bunny girls as a tribute, which he revealed in a letter to the bar which now hangs on its walls. However, he also admitted that the Bunny costume was a cheeky reference to the sexual reputation of rabbits. The iconic costume was designed by Zelda Wynn Valdes and made its formal debut at the opening of the first Playboy Club in Chicago in Bunnies, who were chosen after a series of auditions, were designated roles — so they could be a Door Bunny, a Cigarette Bunny, a Floor Bunny or a Playmate Bunny.