Subscriber Account active since. Bunnies have been a staple of the Playboy brand since it opened its first nightclub in In the beginning, the bunnies were simply young women who worked as waitstaff in Playboy's clubs. Prospective bunnies had to audition in order to get the job. Since then, the term has expanded somewhat. Source: Dangerous Minds.
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Mieko Nakamura, a retired martial arts equipment supplier and former Playboy bunny in Denver in the late s, recently joined about other former bunnies in Baltimore to share memories of working in the clubs. From to , Jacobs worked in the Atlantic City, N. Hill-Gallucci was a bunny in the Columbus, Ohio, club from to She worked in the Baltimore club from to
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A day in the life of a Playboy bunny, and how the controversial job has changed over 60 years
A Playboy Bunny is a waitress at a Playboy Club. In the original Playboy Clubs that operated between and ,  the Playboy bunnies were selected through standardized training and wore a "bunny suit" costume inspired by the tuxedo -wearing Playboy rabbit mascot. This costume consisted of a strapless corset teddy , bunny ears, black sheer-to-waist pantyhose, a bow tie , a collar , cuffs and a fluffy cottontail.
Whether you love them, hate them, or dressed up as one for Halloween, there's no escaping the Playboy bunny. The bunny ears, bow ties, and bust-accentuating corsets of Hugh Hefner's legacy symbolize many things, and over the past 70 years they have constructed an iconic empire that changed media and culture forever. The first Playboy magazine was published in , and by the first Playboy Club opened in Chicago. Since then, over 25, corset-clad bunnies have waited tables and poured drinks to A-list patrons and tourists alike.
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