'Playboy' Playmates Recreate Their Iconic Covers and Prove Everything Gets Better with Age

Um, these are GORGEOUS.

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(Image credit: Ryan Lowry/Playboy)

Get ready for some titillating~* images!

Playboy brought back seven former playmates, and asked them to recreate their iconic covers. The end result is proof that sexiness and sassiness is real at any age.

Check out Collins Jordan, who told Playboy she was "very, very lucky to be in such a unique sorority" as a Playmate.

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(Image credit: Ryan Lowry/Playboy)

Lisa Miller was Playmate of the Year in 1991, and is equally stunning today:

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(Image credit: Playboy)

And here's Renee Tenison, the magazine's first African-American Playmate of the Year in 1990, and a real fox!

"When I did Playboy, there was a little bit of controversy because I was the first African-American Playmate of the Year and some women were saying I was being objectified," she told the mag. "But I said, 'Well, if you're pro-choice, shouldn't I have the right to choose what I want to do?'"

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(Image credit: Playboy)

And here's Cooper Hefner, the son of Kimberly Conrad Hefner, asking his mom to pose for part of the project:

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Okay!

Here's the end result, in which Kimberly from 1989 could be the sister of Kimberly from 2017:

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(Image credit: Playboy)

Um, who wants to take nude photos now?! I am ready! Playboy, more ages! More sizes! More inclusion! More diversity! More of what all women look like, please!

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Laura Beck
Laura Beck

Laura Beck is a Los Angeles-based TV writer and frequent contributor to Cosmopolitan.com — her work has appeared in the New York Times, New Yorker, Jezebel, and the Village Voice.