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The uniforms were custom made for each Bunny at the club they worked in.
Whenever the club was open there was a full-time seamstress on duty.
The seamstress would match the Bunnies' figure to the correct fitting front and back pieces.The Bunny's Tavern usage of the outfit is considered a variant of Showgirl.The costume itself was conceived by Playboy's director of promotions, Victor Lownes, with a prototype created by a seamstress whose daughter, Ilsa Taurins, was dating Lownes.Most dating or mingling with customers was forbidden.Customers were also not allowed to touch the Bunnies, and demerits were given if a Bunny's appearance was not properly organized.
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As well, Blot’s modification added a satin rosette nametag.