Hugh Hefner relaxes in red satin pajamas with the first copy of Playboy magazine, the then-scandalous men's magazine he founded in the 1950s, in his Holmby Hills estate in Los Angeles recently. Actress Marilyn Monroe was featured in the first issue in 1953. Hefner was known to have made red silk pajamas into office attire.
Hugh Hefner relaxes in red satin pajamas with the first copy of Playboy magazine, the then-scandalous men's magazine he founded in the 1950s, in his Holmby Hills estate in Los Angeles recently. Actress Marilyn Monroe was featured in the first issue in 1953. Hefner was known to have made red silk pajamas into office attire. ELAYNE LODGE Associated Press
Hugh Hefner relaxes in red satin pajamas with the first copy of Playboy magazine, the then-scandalous men's magazine he founded in the 1950s, in his Holmby Hills estate in Los Angeles recently. Actress Marilyn Monroe was featured in the first issue in 1953. Hefner was known to have made red silk pajamas into office attire. ELAYNE LODGE Associated Press

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