Hugh Hefner has passed away at the age of 91 in his famous residence of Los Angeles, the mansion Playboy. Hefner has died of natural causes, waiting for more details.
So-called most glamorous, and one of its own kind magazine “Playboy” famous for nude woman photos founder Hugh Hefner death confirmed by Playboy Enterprises.
It’s been 60 years that Playboy magazine contributing his editions publicly. Year by year women’s from different fraternities (high-profile actors, politicians, artists) wished, invited, and introduced by their nude photos. Magazines most controversial news came up first when Mr. Hefner bought an old pic of so-called actress Marilyn Monroe which triggered a magazine to the new pinnacle of the glamour world.
These controversial pics of Monroe recorded more than 50K copies sold.
Hugh Hefner began his empire in 1953 and managed to turn it into a multimillion-dollar corporation. With his death disappears a myth of the history, famous by the magazine Playboy. Hefner managed to expand his concept by several platforms including television.
With the magazine, Playboy Hefner revolutionized the market of the magazines for men. In addition to photos of nude women, the magazine was aimed at an intellectual audience with texts by Ernest Hemingway, Norman Mailer or Ray Bradbury.
He died one of the iconic characters of the twentieth century who managed to expand his concept and brand worldwide, a magazine that stopped being a medium of communication to become popular culture. Perhaps the most tattooed logo in history.
Hugh Hefner had done so many interesting cameos in movies and TV, including sex and the city, and the house bunny as a former Playboy bunny who suddenly finds himself homeless-facts that made celebrity women’s lined up to give their nude photos in Playboy magazine cause women’s get paid more than men’s in magazine
“Much of the life has been like an adolescent dream of an adult life” statement by Hugh Hefner to The Times in 1992.
“If you were still a boy, and could have just the perfect life that you wanted to have, that’s the life I invented for myself”
Shocking fact once asked by the reporter how many women’s have acted in your magazine? He gracefully answered “I have no idea”
Rest In Peace Hugh Hefner !!!