The February 1994 issue of Playboy Magazine combines engaging interviews, enlightening articles, humorous content, and stunning pictorials.
The issue begins with a strong opinion piece, ‘The Drug War’s A Bust’, which provides an interesting perspective on the war on drugs. This is followed by the ‘Playboy Interview’ with Pete Townshend, a key figure in rock music and member of the iconic band, The Who. The interview delves into Townshend’s life and music career.
In ‘To Live & Die in L.A.’, Robert gives readers an eye-opening account of life in the City of Angels. ‘My Sudsy Valentine’ is a pictorial that captivates readers with its playful romance.
The fiction piece ‘She Was Good, She Was Funny’ takes readers on an intriguing narrative journey. ‘Playboy’s Automotive Report’ by Christopher N. provides an analysis of the car industry and its latest developments.
‘A Ring in Her Navel’ by Vicki is an article that explores a unique aspect of personal adornment. ‘A Treasury of Cole’ is a portfolio that pays tribute to the creative genius of Cole Porter.
The ‘Playboy’s Party Jokes’ section delivers a healthy dose of humor. ‘Precious Jules’ features the Playmate of the month in a stunning pictorial.
‘King of the World’ is a Playboy profile that offers insight into the life of an influential personality. ‘Getting the Boot’ is a fashion piece that discusses trends in men’s footwear.
‘The Year in Sex’ is a pictorial that encapsulates the year’s sexual trends and highlights. The issue rounds off with ’20 Questions: Chris Berman’, providing an in-depth look at the life of the sportscaster.
Covergirl Anna Nicole Smith (Nude) photographed by Stephen Wayda
Playmate of the Month is Julie Cialini photographed by Richard Fegley
The Birth of Rock and Roll
New Fiction by Ray Bradbury
Rap’s Original Gangsta, Ice-T, On Prison, Bloods And The Hood
Ouch! The First Word In Body Piercing
Playboy USA February 1994
English | 166 pages | PDF | 54 MB