A few months ago we saw Playboy's most famous playmate, Pamela Anderson, cover their final nude issue, and now we're treated to a first look at the magazine's first non-nude issue (to the disappointment of many).

Although still showing a bit of skin, their latest cover sees model Sarah McDaniel posing in a Snapchat-esque shot alongside a flirty caption. As Playboy aims to catch the eye of younger readers, the idea for this latest cover was based around the fact that about 45 percent of the app's users are aged between 18 and 24.

According to The New York Times, although full-frontal nudity is no longer present, naked women do appear. However, they've been photographed "in ways intended for strategic concealment."

The March issue centerfold, meanwhile, is Ernest Hemingway's great-granddaughter, Dree Hemingway, wearing lingerie. On the story front, readers can look forward to an interview with MSNBC host Rachel Maddow, as well as an essay by Norwegian memoirist Karl Ove Knausgaard.

Look for the issue on newsstands now.

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