The February 1990 edition of Playboy Magazine combines intriguing interviews, stunning pictorials, engaging articles, and amusing humor.
The issue opens with the ‘Playboy Interview’, where actor and comedian Eddie Murphy shares his thoughts and insights in a candid conversation.
Pictorials in this issue include ‘The Women of Russia’, providing a unique insight into the beauty of Russian women, and ‘Mukai’, a captivating presentation of photographic art.
Articles such as ‘Mission: Implausible’ and the travel feature ‘Jim & Harry’s Totally OK Adventure in Belize’ offer thought-provoking reads, while the humorous piece ‘The Night of 1000 Ratings Points’ provides a comic relief.
The fashion section, ‘Easily Suede’, explores the timeless appeal of suede in clothing, and ‘Two Minutes to Withdrawal’ gives readers some delicious food tips.
In the fiction category, ‘Hot Sky’ promises a compelling narrative to engage readers.
‘Playboy’s Party Jokes’ continues the tradition of light-hearted humor, while the ‘Playboy Collection’ showcases a curated selection of items desirable to the modern man.
’20 Questions’ features an interview with country music star Dwight Yoakam, and the ‘Playboy Profile’ provides an in-depth look at the life of Duddy Kravitz.
Covergirl Bogna (Nude) photographed by Stephen Wayda
Playmate of the Month is Pamela Anderson photographed by Stephen Wayda and Arny Freytag
Mission: Implausible by Jeff Cohen
The Women Of Russia: From Inside The U.S.S.R., A Naked Look At Glasnost
Jim & Harry’s Totally OK Adventure In Belize
The Year In Sex
Playboy USA February 1990
English | 172 pages | PDF | 49 MB