We want to believe that when a celebrity does something that is considered racy or risqué that it’s just for entertainment purposes. Well, sometimes, that’s true. However, more often than not, it’s a very deliberate choice by the celebrity to have themselves photographed in a provocative pose or situation. The fact that they’re aware that it would be considered racy just makes it that little bit more entertaining to the audience.
Take the case of Robert Pattinson. For years, we’ve seen him seemingly everywhere, from fashion covers to movie posters to music videos to tabloid magazines. So it was no real surprise when he decided to grace the pages of Playboy, particularly as he’s one of the most in-demand leading men these days.
The English actor is best known for his role in the wildly popular Twilight saga and its two sequels. However, it’s not just his work in front of the camera that’s made him a star – he’s also become something of a style icon, frequently appearing on red carpets and in luxury magazines around the world. Naturally, with his fair share of fame and fortune, he decided to play hard to get when it came to romance, often seen on the receiving end of a passionate make-out session or a tear-inducing kiss. But it seems that his reluctance to commit didn’t sit well with Bella Swan, his co-star in the Twilight films. Over the course of the series, the actor has continually turned down Bella’s advances, most recently seen in the newest installment of the franchise, Twilight Saga: Eclipse. What’s more is that, throughout the entire saga, he’s remained loyal to his high school sweetheart, Kristen Stewart. Naturally, these days, Pattinson can get pretty much any girl he wants. However, since he doesn’t want to settle down just yet, he continues to avoid getting attached, which has made him one of the most eligible bachelors in Hollywood.
Why Is Playboy Still Suitable For Men?
Playboy is famous for, well, just about everything. From its questionable editing to its risqué cartoons and captions to its infamous “Playmate of the Month” and “Playmate of the Year” awards, it’s basically the crème de la crème when it comes to ‘70s magazines. Naturally, this makes it a bit more suited for men. It’s crude and it’s racy – two things that men in general seem to enjoy more than women. So, aside from the occasional ‘70s throwback issue, what makes Playboy still “the definitive men’s magazine”?
While it has evolved with the times and changed with the generations, Playboy has maintained its position as the definitive men’s magazine thanks to a combination of factors. First and foremost, the magazine has always been a bit more salacious and racy than your average women’s magazine. Even in the ‘70s, it wasn’t afraid to print risqué cartoons and captions. Naturally, this made it the number one choice for men. Second, and probably more significantly, is that the ‘70s were a boom time for men’s fashion, glamour, and luxury. Naturally, men wanted to emulate, and be like, the male ‘70s icons: Marlon Brando, Elizabeth Taylor, and Frank Sinatra. So they looked to the lifestyle choices of these icons, and purchased items that they saw featured in the magazines. This trend continued well into the ‘80s and has, to some degree, carried on through today.
The Evolution Of A Magazine
It’s been a while since we’ve had a magazine dedicated to women. While women have long flocked to, and been enamored of, Vogue and Elle, the ‘70s saw the rise of a new fashion magazine aimed squarely at men: Loaded. Like many magazines of its time, it featured nude and risqué photos of women, along with articles on style and fashion by male writers, all with a distinct ‘70s theme. However, Loaded is the rare magazine that didn’t shy away from the more controversial aspects of ‘70s culture, like drug use and sex. Naturally, it wasn’t long before the magazines, like Elle and Vogue, adapted their style to match that of the ‘70s. This is probably why some still consider Playboy to be the “grandfather” of today’s fashion magazines. It set the standard for what men’s magazines should be like. The ‘70s and ‘80s weren’t just about fashion and style – they were about experimentation, excitement, and enjoying life to the fullest. Naturally, this is what men want today, too.
Why Does Playboy Exist Now?
If you’re an avid follower of today’s news, you’ll undoubtedly know that the ‘70s were a bit of a rough time, and even the ‘80s weren’t completely exempt from scandal and intrigue. However, if you’re looking for a magazine that focuses on style and fashion, there are now a host of options available to you. It’s not just online magazines like Buzzfeed and The Huffington Post that provide an outlet for style stories – even mainstream publications like Entertainment Weekly and The New York Times have led the way in fashion, as have the numerous fashion blogs that now exist. Naturally, this has made it easier for content creators to break stories about style and fashion – stories that would have been deemed inappropriate for a while now.
What Will The Future Of Fashion And Style Be Like?
If, like us, you enjoy a good scandal and intrigue, you’ll no doubt have your own opinion on what’s happening in the world of entertainment and style. It seems that just about everyone has an opinion on what will happen next in the world of entertainment and style – from the famous and the infamous, to the emerging and the trendsetters. Naturally, this leads to a lot of speculation. While it’s always fun to speculate about the future, in this case, it’s best to remain skeptical. We want to believe that when a celebrity does something that is considered racy or risqué that it’s just for entertainment purposes. Well, sometimes, that’s true. However, more often than not, it’s a very deliberate choice by the celebrity to have themselves photographed in a provocative pose or situation. The fact that they’re aware that it would be considered racy just makes it that little bit more entertaining to the audience. But that’s all it is – entertainment. Naturally, this doesn’t mean that all celebrity news, especially that which is considered racy or risqué, is without merit or interest. We just want to remind our readers, as well as ourselves, that sometimes, especially when it comes to celebrity, appearances can be incredibly misleading.