This stood in stark contrast to the '60s, when the majority of Playboy Club waitresses were brunettes. By , the girlfriends themselves were poised to become the major face of the brand due to their immense popularity. The women of this decade ranged in age between 18 and 23 years old with an average height of 5'4'', average weight of pounds, average waist of In the '90s, Playboy emphasized its Bunnies even more to make them a recognizable and elite brand. Apart from the girlfriends, the "Playboy" brand had become even more provocative. By the '60s, what had started as a men's magazine had transformed into a burgeoning lifestyle brand with nightclubs, and its own homegrown celebrities.
Talia. Age: 20.
Hugh Hefner's tendency to date much younger women also started in the '60s.
Kallie. Age: 22.
The evolution of the Playboy woman's body type from the 1950s to now
The first Playboy Club opened in Chicago in It's unclear how this will affect Playboy's quintessential centerfolds and models, or their ever-changing body types. Monroe was famous for her full curves and blonde hair.