Playboy Magazine October 1986 vol.33, no.10  
October 1986, Playboy cover image.
Weight ≈ 435g
Cover
Sharon Kaye photographed by Richard Fegley
Once you've outgrown Halloween, the best thing about October is that its cool weather induces great-looking women like Sharon Kaye to wear sweaters. Sharon was photographed by Contributing Photographer Stephen Wayda; her make-up is by Pat Tomlinson. Perry/Hollister were stylists and Sharon's sweater is by I. B. Diffuson, Chicago. Senior Art Director Len Willis designed the cover. Where's the Rabbit? Hare today, yarn tomorrow.
Playmate
Sachiko
playmate katherine hushaw has an eastern turn of mind—and all the right moves
Katherine Hushaw photographed by Stephen Wayda with the gatefold shot by Kerry Morris
Playmate image
Katherine Hushaw
Interview
Phil Collins interviewed by David Sheff with photography by Davies and Starr
a candid conversation with the singer, drummer and chart topper about his music, his looks, his peers and his reputation as "mr. perfect"
20 Questions
Jim McMahon interviewed by Kevin Cook with photography by Victor Skrebneski
the n.f.l.'s wildcard goes audible on getting blitzed, getting even and the fine art of drinking beer
Pictorials
"Oh, Wendy O.!" photographed by Arny Freytag
wendy o. williams, leather-clad queen of heavy metal, out on a wing and a prayer
The Playboy Gallery: double page foldout with back to back, on heavy cover stock paper, of . . .
Bruce Willis photographed by ABC and a classic illustration by Pat Nagel
Women Of The Ivy League Revisited photographed by David Chan and David Mecey
seven years ago, we paid a visit to the ivies and wound up making waves. that's why we decided to go back
Sarah Miller, Renee Galka, Veronica Smith, Jocelyn Morin, Maryanne Newton, Natasha King, Belle Aviva Dardik, Debbie Sarlls, Deborah Gubb, Jennifer O'Kieffe, Jacqueline Varoli, Laura Wheeler, Tara Frayne, Kimberly Sever, Ashley Benet, Patricia Niewisch, Kathleen Gallinger, Kelsey Blake, Alexandra Wild, Lisa Ryan, Amanda Hanson, Tanya Pavlova
Articles and Features Playbill
World Of Playboy - in which we offer an insider's look at what's doing and who's doing it
Dear Playboy
Playboy After Hours - a guy's guide to what's hip and what's happening
Videosyncrasy, Books, Movies, Music, Books,
Sports - Booster Shots by Dan Jenkins
Men - The Dreamers Who Hate Our Dreams by Asa Baber
Women - Aging: Fact Or Fiction by Cynthia Heimel
The Playboy Advisor, illustrated by Harumi Yamaguchi
Dear Playmates - who are emotionally stronger, men or women?
The Playboy Forum - a continuing dialogue on contemporary issues between playboy and its readers
Sex And The State (comment) by Hugh M. Hefner
Politically Correct Sex (article) by James R. Petersen, illustrated by Michel Gurê Vaka
Night Vision (fiction) by Philip Simmons, illustrated by Gary Panter
USSR Today (parody) by Paul Slansky
Driving In The Fourth Dimension (article) by Tony Assenza with photography by Richard Izui
The Terror Next Time (article) by Senator Alan J. Dixon, illustrated with a sculpture by Micheal O'Brien
Playboy's Party Jokes (humor) with LeRoy Neiman's Femlin
Getting Down With George Lucas
Return Of The Gentleman (fashion) by Hollis Wayne, illustrated with a sculpture by Micheal O'Brien and James Imbrogno
First Dates Now (humor) by Bruce Feirstein, illustrated by Terry Widener
The Real Man's Guide To Dating Dos and Don'ts
Playboy's Pigskin Preview (sports) by Anson Mount with photography by Richard Izui
Playboy & Budweiser Salute The Pigskin Preview (sports) with photography by Don Azuma
Best Of The House (drink) by Emanuel Greenberg with photography by Garrick Peterson
Playboy On The Scene - what's happening, where it's happening and who's making it happen
Playboy Potpourri - people, places, objects and events of interest or amusement
Grapevine: Sade, Sting, Maxine Martin, Angelay Jay, Samantha Fox, Suzanne Regard
Philip Simmons is the 1986 winner of Playboy's College Fiction Contest and an alumni of Washington University.
Samantha Fox has her own pictorial, "21st Century Fox" in the October 1996 issue and, also appears on an alternate cover.
196 pages of period adverts, pin ups and articles with lots of quality photographs and illustrations.