Playboy magazine's looking for models for its “Women of Wall Street” edition
Models must work for a financial institution or have recently worked for one, and prove that they are at least 18 years old.
"How many attractive women do you ... think there are working on Wall Street and the affiliated companies?" said Gary Cole, Playboy's photo editor, when asked how much success he thought Playboy would have in finding candidates. "There has to be thousands and thousands."
Playboy and Playboy.com frequently run specials such as "Girls of Olive Garden" and "Women of Home Depot," but in the past it has garnered attention for big business news themes.
It published "Women of Enron" and "Women of WorldCom" after the companies' spectacular failures. The magazine ran a "Women of Wall Street" feature nearly 20 years ago.
In case you are interested, application is available here and the deadline for submissions is October 24th, 2008.