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The original Playboy Bunny costume was created by the mother of Ilse Taurins, a Latvian emigrée who was dating one of the Playboy Club co-founders at the time, Victor Lownes lll. Taurins had suggested a costume modeled on the Playboy Magazine trademark, a rabbit or bunny.

She had her mother, who was a seamstress, make up a prototype, which was then reviewed at a meeting attended by Playboy Club co-founders Hugh Hefner, Victor Lownes and Arnold Morton, as well as frequent Playboy illustrator Le Roy Neiman.

The Bunny must stand with legs together, back arched and hips tucked under.

When the Bunny is resting or while waiting to be of service, she must do the "Bunny Perch".

For mass production, the costume was manufactured for the Playboy Clubs by the Chicago-based Kabo Corset Company, and was based upon a "merry widow" style of corset within their line.

Later, in 1962, French fashion designer Renee Blot was retained to refine the design, and her revisions included making the ears smaller, and adding a collar with bow tie and cuffs with rabbit-head cufflinks, and a satin rosette with the bunny's name, worn on the hip.

The Bunny's Tavern usage of the outfit is considered a variant of Showgirl.

A name tag on a satin rosette was pinned over the right hip bone.

The uniforms were custom made for each Bunny at the club in which they worked.

The costume was made from rayon-satin constructed on a strapless merry widow corset teddy.

Satin bunny ears, cotton tails, collars with bow ties, cuffs with cuff links, black sheer to waist pantyhose and matching high-heeled shoes completed the outfit.

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