One of the sex symbols of the Swinging Sixties, the 'Bunny Girl' was the creation
of American entrepreneur Hugh Hefner. She was moulded by 'Hef' into a creature
of expensive innocence, with sculpted hair, glowingly healthy skin and - the
sine qua non of Bunnyhood - a heavily cantilevered bosom. Compared to these
pampered symbols of glamour, ordinary women looked only half-complete. The Bunny
Girls were visions from another planet - the Planet Hefner, to be precise.
one of the original
six Bunnies, 1966.
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