Sarah McDaniel Is First Non-Nude Playboy Cover Model

Posted: Feb 4 2016, 6:56am CST | by , in News | Latest Celebrity News

 

Sarah McDaniel is First Non-Nude Playboy Cover Model
Playboy Magazine March 2016 Cover
 

The first non-nude Playboy magazine will go on sale on Friday, Feb. 12. Today the magazine revealed the cover of its first non-nude edition.

The new non-nude Playboy Magazine will be launched at the Playboy Super Bowl 50 party on Friday. Today the magazine revealed the cover of the first non-nude Playboy magazine. The Playboy March 2016 issue will be on newsstands Friday, February 12.

Snapchat and Instagram star Sarah McDaniel is on the cover of the first non-nude Playboy magazine. The social media celebrity has two different colored eyes (Heterochromia iridum) and goes by the social media handle Krotchy. She has over 236,000 followers on Instagram.

The March Playmate is Dree Hemingway, whose mother, actress Mariel Hemingway appeared in Playboy in 1982; and artist and model Myla Dalbesio is taking her own photos for the issue. 

Inside the new pages, cover model Sarah McDaniel describes Playboy's fresh point of view with "The idea was to look at me from a boyfriend's perspective."  The pictorials in the March issue are intimate looks at these beautiful women with a very real, relaxed vibe.

The overall dimensions and feel of the magazine have also changed – the size has increased (to 9" x 11") and the paper has been upgraded, giving the magazine a collectible feel.

And for the first time since 1985, Playboy magazine will be delivered to newsstands without a polybag. The magazine will also benefit from mainline newsstand placement and increased distribution, with nearly 1,200 new retail locations carrying the magazine for the first time.

"I know I speak for all involved when I say that creating this new Playboy magazine has been a labor of love for those fortunate enough to work on it," said Playboy Enterprises CEO, Scott Flanders.  "We are exceptionally proud of the end result and are confident that everyone will enjoy reading it as much as we did creating it."

Playboy magazine is now competing in a different segment with going non-nude. Now the magazine faces GQ, Maxim, Vanity Fair and others. It is worth noting that only the US Playboy magazine has changed the strategy. European editions of the Playboy magazine are still featuring nude models.

Easy come. Easy go.

A photo posted by Sarah Rose Mcdaniel (@krotchy) on

Highlights of what else is between the covers of the new Playboy magazine include:

Francofile – the return of a high-profile interview every month by resident renaissance man James Franco.

Rabbit Hole – the maestro of miscellany Ben Schott's monthly take on the subject of his choice.   This month, appropriately enough, it's "nudity."

My Way – Entrepreneurial inspiration by those brave enough to follow their dreams.

Playboy Advisor – the magazine's most famous column will now be written by a woman, columnist Rachel Rabbit White.

Artist In Residence – each month will feature an original artist. For March it's artist and cartoonist Jay Howell.

No Filter – We give the mic to a woman who's making waves in entertainment.

Politics – Each month will feature an essay from political columnist John Meroney.

Additional features in this month's issue include:

The Playboy Interview – An insightful interview from television news anchor Rachel Maddow on the eve of the Presidential primary season.

20 Questions – This month we hear from Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer, the team behind "Broad City," one of the funniest shows on television.

Modern Sexuality – An essay from Bret Easton Ellis.

God Bless Birth Control – Erin Gloria Ryan takes a look at the I.U.D. which she says "has the potential to lead women into the next sexual revolution."

My Deportation – a scary look inside one man's tussle with U.S. Immigration (note, things aren't going well for him).

Literature – two installments:  an exclusive excerpt from Karl Ove Knausgaard's epic series My Struggle: Book Five, and new exclusive fiction from Don Winslow entitled "Boone Daniels Rogue Ride."

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