Playboy's Digital Rebrand Shows Less Skin

Opts for safe-for-work look, shareable content

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Playboy is cleaning up its Web presence—at least a little.

Starting today, Playboy is rebranding its digital content with an increased focus on safe-for-work content and shareability, Digiday reported. The front page of the site has removed all nudity, pivoting to a focus on editorial content on subjects like nightlife, lifestyle and celebrities.

That isn't to say the front page of the site doesn't still aim to be provocative. A sample of the front page's current articles includes "Why Do Guys Like MILFS," "Flowchart: Should You Catcall Her?" and "The 70 Hottest Pics from the 2014 Midsummer Night's Dream Party."



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