Hugh Hefner is an influential man to the American youth's lifestyle with Playboy magazine publish. Playboy, an prestigious American men's magazine, was founded by Hugh Hefner and his associates in Chicago in 1953. Playboy Magazine is updated with new nude images, videos, girls, hot articles, women Playmates featuring sexy content, hot girls, and nude women. In addition, Playboy releases monthly interviews of spotlights of other fields such as artists, architects, economists, composers, journalists, novelists, playwrights, religious figures, politicians, athletes and race car drivers. As the founder and developer, Hugh Hefner has become a Playboy millionaire and one of the world's most talented media leaders. At the age of 84, Hugh Hefner has always hit the entertainment industry with daring ideas of Playboy magazine's development and his annoying private life. Let's have a look at the most basic milestones of the American magazine publisher, founder and chief creative officer of Playboy Enterprises, Hugh Hefner in the following images.
Hugh Hefner, born on April 9, 1926 in Chicago, Illinois, United States, is the founder of Playboy, the America's best-selling men's magazine
Hugh Hefner's most memorial life milestone is his marriage with the first wife Mildred Williams. The couple met and dated just several weeks after graduating from high school
Not satisfied with post-university graduated job opportunities, Hugh Hefner decided to go his own way. In 1951, the talented man published "That Toddlin Town" - a series of risqué cartoons depicting the social scene around the streets of Chicago. The success of "That Toddlin Town" made him celebrity in Chicago and earn the first $2,000. This profit helped Hefner to establish the world's most influential men's magazine, Playboy.
That Toddlin Town, the best-selling cartoon book
Christie, Hefner’s first child, was born on November 8, 1952. 30 years later, Christie became the president of Playboy Enterprises, Inc. leading the company into the digital age
Marilyn Monroe, the first covergirl for the first issue of Playboy December 1953 for the first “Sweetheart of the Month”. However, the title was renamed into the current widely recognized “Playmate of the Month” by Hefner
Hugh Hefner's life has changed a lot since the late 1950s. He divorced his wife, splashed out to buy a sports car. In 1959, Hefner purchased the first $400,000 mansion on Chicago’s Gold Coast. This mansion was seen the original Playboy mansion becoming well-known among celebrities with day and night parties. In front of the house, there is a board with a shocking Latin slogan: Si Non Oscillas, Noli Tintinnare (If you don't swing, don't ring).
First Playboy mansion on Chicago’s Gold Coast
The first Advertising Campaign with Springmaid sheets was conducted after two years the first issue of Playboy Magazine was published
In the 1970s, Marilyn Cole became the first nude model for Playboy
The first Playboy Club was opened in downtown Chicago on February 29, 1960 for magazine advertising
In June 2010 Hope Dworaczyk was the coverstar for the first-ever 3-D centerfold of Playboy. 3-D centerfold is one of the oldest ideas of Hefner for Playboy development