7 Former Playmates Recreate Iconic Moments
7 former Playboy cover girls reminisced about their iconic Playmate moments from years back and went on to re-create them and it’s all kinds of hot.
While a lot of years have passed by, the playmates still slayed in their recent photoshoot, a whole lot sexier than you can ever imagine.
When approached to recreate her covergirl shoot from 1979, Candace Collins who worked as a Bunny at the Chicago Playboy Club was overwhelmed by her emotion.
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Candace wrote in a blog post:
“I was thrilled and then terrified and then determined to make this shoot something I would be proud of and also, in a way, let the world know that women of a certain age still have a lot of fight and spirit left in them long after their ’20s disappear.”
Well, judging from the before and after cover pictures bellow, it’s quite safe to conclude that once a slay queen, always a slay queen. Candace and the the other 6 Playboy cover girls are all the proof you need.
In addition to the before and after photos of these amazing models, Playboy also shared a little snippet of each woman explaining how their Playboy experience started.
See the 7 former Playboy cover girls still slaying after decades:
- Monique St. Pierre – November Playmate 1978
Monique who is now 63 was already a model, a popular one at that before her Playboy issue came out. She lived at the mansion for a year at the time. Candace currently runs run a recovery house for women addicted to alcohol and drugs. “What I’m doing now is such an honour and privilege. I get to witness miracles.”
- Candace Collins – December Playmate 1979
Candace appeared on eight Playboy covers in total and worked as a Bunny at the Chicago Playboy Club.
In fact, she was really close to the Playboy team
“The Playboy photographers and assistants were all friends of mine. “I did a lot of test cover shoots… I now know just how special those shoots were and feel very, very lucky to be in such a unique sorority.”
- Cathy St. George – August Playmate 1982
Cathy became a model after she got married and “had worked as the executive for a company”
She described Monique as her partner in crime with whom she did many bad things… “Monique was my sidekick and we were bad! I don’t remember most of the eighties. If you lived it, you don’t remember it.”
- Charlotte Kemp – December Playmate 1982
This diva stumbled upon Playboy through her roommate. She was still a virgin when Charlotte Kemp went to Playboy in Chicago one Saturday and by Monday morning she was shooting her cover in LA.
- Kimberly Conrad Hefner – January Playmate 1988
Kimberly was Hugh Hefner’s second wife the mother of two of his four children. “Hef and I started dating, got married, had kids, and the rest is history.”
- Reneé Tenison – November 1989 Playmate
The first African-American Playmate of the year was Reneé Tenison. The controversy and comments that erupted amongst the other playmates got the now 48-year-old saying: “Well, if you’re pro-choice, shouldn’t I have the right to choose what I want to do?”
- Lisa Matthews – April Playmate 1990
Lisa Mathews was signed to a regular modelling agency in LA when she auditioned for Playboy. Subsequently, she got an immediate and positive response. On her new found fame after her centrefold came out, Lisa said: “I remember I’d be travelling and people would come up to me and they’d say, ‘I think I’ve seen you in a national magazine.’
“The funniest place that happened was outside the Vatican in Rome.”
Truly, there’s no age limit on sexy.