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    Playboy’s Miss March 2014: Britt Linn | Playmates

    Follow Playboy’s Miss March 2014 Britt Linn as celebrates becoming a Playmate with a sexy skinny dip in the Hollywood Hills

    Britt Linn on Mandatory.com

    Apparently, Britt Linn’s career didn’t find traction until she shaved her head. She did it for her sick mother. “My mother served as my inspiration. She never wore wigs; she just showed off her beautiful bald head, so I thought I’d shave my head, too,” She added, “I love my short hair. I think it’s helped me stand out.”

    Britt Linn was born and raised in a small town in New Jersey. She was discovered on Facebook by a model scout. At the time, she worked as a surgical technician. Since then, shes been to New York City Fashion Week, participated in a Seventeen shoot and Playboy. “I burst into tears.”

    As for the modeling industry, Britt Linn said, “I love all the creative minds that collaborate to create beautiful fashion and images: everyone is so unique!”, She said surgeons are bigger divas than models. “There’s much more at stake in the operating room; it’s more intense, and there’s definitely a pecking order as to which person has what responsibility.”

    She told Playboy, “I’m so sex-driven, it’s not even funny. I check out guys; I check out girls. I have a crazy sex drive.” Her turn-ons are “humor. If I can’t laugh and be silly with a guy, it won’t last long.” Her turn-offs are “a severe ego. I can’t stand to be around a guy who shows he’s an ass and tears others down.” Her ambitions are “to make sure I live; really live; and discover new aspects of myself every day.”
    Britt Linn is a model probably best known for being Playboy’s Miss March 2014. She is the first shorthaired Playmate in over 15 years. Her measurements are 32B-23-35. She previously modeled under the name Britt Linn Vee.

    Britt Linn also hunts and can turn a deer into venison. “You’ve got to be careful [when cutting]; if you puncture the organs, it ruins the meat.”

    As for playing pool, she said, “I am very unsuspectingly good at pool. Guys will talk a lot and then we’ll bet; and I’ll beat them; and then suddenly a whole line of guys wants to play me.” She stays in shape, mainly by hopping off the subway early and making sure to walk a lot.

    Britt Linn described herself as a homebody. “I love coming home to my puppy and reading a good book with a glass of wine.” She loves going to the movies, though. “There’s something so cool about sitting down in a quiet room with strangers to experience the same thing together.”

    Britt Linn is married and resides in New York City.

    By Cory Jones for Mandatory.com

    http://www.mandatory.com/girls/Britt-Linn/

    Britt Linn article by the New Jersey Herald

    By GREG WATRY
    gwatry@njherald.com
    WANTAGE — Growing up in the sticks of Sussex County, Britt Linn spent her childhood like any country girl. But the self-described “tomboy” is a far cry away from the country lifestyle. Now a full-time model in New York City, she recently graced the centerfold pages of Playboy as Miss March 2014.
    “Growing up in Sussex County was the ideal place,” the 23-year-old former Wantage resident said.
    Linn, who uses “Britt Linn” as her modeling name, spent most of her time as an adolescent outside. On the menu of daily activities was hunting, fishing and kayaking. After school, she’d meet up with the neighborhood kids and wander the woods, scaling trees and building treehouses.
    “I grew up in a house listening to bluegrass and country,” she said, a taste she still harbors in addition to folk and soul music.
    A 2009 graduate of High Point Regional High School, she participated in track and cross country, but was an aesthete as well, dabbling in photography and painting. But sculpture was her favorite medium.
    Right before she was to graduate from High Point in 2008, she moved to Florida, where the beaches were inviting and the weather was warm.
    However, she became homesick. “I missed home and the small-town vibe,” she said. Plucked out of high school during her senior year, she returned a year later to High Point and graduated in 2009.
    With prior experience at a medical group home, she attended Dover Business College, where she studied physical technology. The program was accelerated, and Linn took anywhere between 18 and 21 credits per semester. “I was definitely on the grind during college.”
    Afterwards she worked as a surgical technologist, assisting surgeons by taking care of specimens and prepping syringes, among other duties.
    But she wouldn’t be assisting in surgeries for long. Eventually, a New York model scout approached her on Facebook. “I wasn’t so sure about it,” said Linn, ever wary of a potential scam. But after doing research on Models.com, she discovered the agency was reputable.
    “It’s really interesting how people find girls,” she said. With the advent of social media, agencies can now scour the web for just the right look.
    Linn made the trip into New York City. The agent “told me I couldn’t leave until I signed,” she said, laughing. He warned that if “you don’t bring (the contract) back, I’m going to hunt you down.”
    Linn signed the contract in September 2013, and since then life’s been a whirlwind.
    Linn started her career at the height of the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York City. Racing to catch up on the curve, she would go home and practice her runway walk. Her efforts proved successful, and she walked five shows.
    Following gigs included shoots with “Seventeen” magazine and the design company Diesel.
    Like the rocket-propelled start to her modeling career, Linn snagged the Playboy shoot via social media. “Social media has really been my savior,” she said.
    A Playboy photographer, Josh Ryan, posted a status on Facebook with the words “bunny hunting.”
    Linn replied: “It’s about time Playboy had a short-haired playmate.”
    Linn, who stands 5 feet, 10 inches, with green eyes and a sing-song voice, sports auburn hair that’s shaved on the sides, giving her a punk-rock look.
    A poster responded that she was pretty, but not Playboy material. Ryan thought otherwise. Linn became the first shorthaired Playmate in more than 15 years.
    She was flown out to Los Angeles for a test shoot and stayed at the Playboy Mansion. According to Linn, Hugh Hefner called her “Joisey,” a reference to the stereotypical thick accent everyone outside New Jersey believes residents possess.
    The mansion was beautiful, Linn said, “not just the mansion, but the grounds” too, complete with a petting zoo on the premises. Linn had the opportunity to play with spider monkeys during her stay. “It was the coolest thing ever.”
    The setting for Linn’s Playboy shoot was the Four Aces Motel, a movie set location about an hour northeast of Los Angeles near Joshua Tree National Park.
    For her first nude shoot, Linn said “Josh and I had a chance to talk before the shoot.” Linn had input on her clothing and informed Ryan what she was comfortable and not comfortable with.
    “It was my ideal photo shoot,” she said. The process Ryan employed “really eases the tension.”
    A typical centerfold Playmate makes $25,000 for a magazine shoot, said Theresa Hennessy, vice president of public relations at Playboy.
    The job also comes with additional work opportunities, with the possibility of Linn appearing as a Playmate at future events.
    A whiskey-swirling woman, Linn said that while she lives in New York City, her typical Saturday night consists of ordering in and watching movies with her husband, Paul Olczyk, and her puppy, Yoda.
    Linn and Olczyk are newlyweds, having married in November.
    “It would be cool if I said I go clubbing,” she said, “but that would be a lie.”
    Olczyk’s been nothing but supportive of her career, Linn said. “He was really excited” about the Playboy shoot. “I think he was a little surprised when he saw the layout,” she added, noting that things always appear differently in one’s head than in reality.
    “(My mother) told me since I was little, people always said I should model,” Linn said. “I was very timid and scared … I don’t think I ever imagined it would really happen.”
    But when the wave broke, Linn hopped on for the ride. “It’s a very short window for modeling … I wanted to pursue a dream that I think many girls have.”
    Linn’s mother now lives in Warwick, N.Y., and her father is still a resident of Wantage. With life in the city, she said, you have to give up your car for the more convenient mass transit.
    Her last visit to Sussex County was in November, and while she makes it out here sparingly she said, “I wish I did more.”



    411mania Inteview: Playboy’s Miss March Britt Linn

    411’s Steve Gustafson sits down with Playboy’s Miss March, Britt Linn! She talks about being the newest Playmate, her photo shoot, and what’s next in her career!

    New Jersey-born fashion model Britt Linn is Playboy’s March 2014 Playmate of the Month and the magazine’s first short-haired Playmate in more than 15 years (issue on newsstands and iPlayboy.com now, with additional photos available atwww.playboy.com/brittlinn).

    Just one year ago, Britt was working as a surgical technologist when a New York model scout found her on Facebook. “I started modeling in September during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, and bam,” she says, “I’ve been flying by the seat of my pants ever since!” After snagging shoots for Seventeen and Diesel, she booked her Playboy Centerfold and a Vogue Italia editorial on the same day. “I burst into tears of happiness,” Britt says. “I’m pretty competitive, and I thought it’s be cool to be slender enough for high fashion but also curvy enough for Playboy. And I did it!”

    As a rising star in the fashion world with a sexy, punk-rock vibe, Miss March describes herself as an approachable “goofball” who likes shooting pool with the boys, throwing back shots of Jack Daniel’s and mellowing out to singer-songwriter Ray LaMontagne.

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    Credit Josh Ryan for Playboy
    Steve Gustafson: Hi Britt! First, congratulations on being Playboy’s Miss March!! Thanks for taking a few minutes to answer some questions for 411mania.com! I read that just one year ago, you were working as a surgical technologist. Can you tell us about how you got involved with Playboy?

    Britt Linn: I got involved with Playboy through Instagram. I was following Josh Ryan, a Playboy photographer, on Instagram and noticed a picture he posted with the caption “Bunny Hunting”. I decided to write a comment on the picture, “Its about time Playboy had a short haired Playmate.” The following week I was in Los Angeles for a test shoot, when I was told I would be Miss March!

    Steve Gustafson: Wow! That’s pretty awesome and sure to inspire plenty of girls. How was the photoshoot? Were you nervous? Excited?

    Britt Linn: The photoshoot was amazing! It took place in the desert of southern California. I was so excited and really had an amazing set to work on; motorcycles, vintage hotel rooms and an old Chevy truck were all included!

    Steve Gustafson: The shoot looked great and had a real cool vibe to it. When you learned that you were going to be Miss March, who was the first person you called?

    Britt Linn: When I learned I was going to be Miss March I called my husband crying! I had found out just a few hours earlier that I was going to be in Italian Vogue as well, so the entire day was really overwhelming! I was ecstatic.

    Steve Gustafson: Whoa! That’s a powerful one-two punch! So, how has your life changed since since becoming Miss March?

    Britt Linn: I do live in New York, modeling fashion, so my life hasn’t changed much, but I have a feeling when I go out to Los Angeles it will. I can say though that I’ve been doing a lot of fun interviews and some random people have definitely come out of the woodwork and want to know how I am doing as of late.

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    Credit Josh Ryan for Playboy
    Steve Gustafson: I’m sure. What does Miss March like to do for fun and unwind?

    Britt Linn: I really am a homebody. I love coming home to my puppy and reading a good book with a glass of wine. After a hectic day in the city, home is the only place I want to be.

    Steve Gustafson: Nice. OK, since we cover Movies and TV shows here at 411mania, I have to ask you some related questions. I know you’re busy but do you have any TV shows that you must watch?

    Britt Linn: I really love the show New Girl. Zooey Deschanel is so witty and unassuming. I absolutely love her one-liners in response to her roommate on New Girl; she gets me every time.

    Steve Gustafson: Very cool. What about going out to the movies? Some of your favorites?

    Britt Linn: I do love going to the movies; I think there’s something so cool about sitting down in a quiet room with strangers to experience the same thing together. I really enjoy watching historical movies, fictional and nonfictional alike. I recently went to see Pompeii and though there were a few unlikely scenes, but it was a really great way to experience a piece of history the way the creative team believes it may have happened.

    Steve Gustafson: Well said. What’s next? Goals for 2013?

    Britt Linn: I’m hoping that 2014 will be a really busy year for me. I signed to my modeling agency last August and things really took off within a few months: I would really love to keep that momentum going and capitalize on any opportunities that may present themselves through Playboy as well as through fashion. I think 2014 may be the year I begin delving into the movie industry as well.

    Steve Gustafson: I’ll definitely keep an eye out for you! What’s the best way for fans to keep up-to-date on your career?

    Britt Linn: I have a twitter account @missbrittlinn, but I must say I am much better at using Instagram; its become a slight addiction. My Instagram name is also @Missbrittlinn, as well as my Facebook, which I update regularly.

    Steve Gustafson: Awesome. Alright, that’s it! Thanks again and all the best to you!

    Britt Linn: Thank you so much for the opportunity to answer a few questions!

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    Credit Michael Bernard for Playboy.

    Read more at http://www.411mania.com/wrestling/columns/315613/411mania-Inteview:-Playboy%5C%5Cs-Miss-March-Britt-Linn.htm#JEyTukAp7tBkkE22.99

    Britt Linn Vee in High Resolution Nude Playboy Photo Set

    NOTE:  Playboy has removed the photo set from their site that was being displayed here….sorry.  Instead, that have given us this page…so you get some hot naked chick pix, but not Britt Linn.

    Britt Linn Vee in her Attitude Nude set

    Busted Coverage Interview: Britt Linn, Playboy’s Miss March 2014

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    Shaving your head wouldn’t seem to be a usual step to appearing in Playboy, but Britt Linn isn’t your usual Playmate.

    Linn, Playboy’s Miss March 2014, is the iconic magazine’s first short-haired Playmate in more than 15 years. The 23-year-old New Jersey native’s modeling career didn’t really take off until she shaved her head, an act she did as a show of solidarity with her ill mother a year-and-a-half ago.

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    “My mother served as my inspiration. She never wore wigs; she just showed off her beautiful bald head, so I thought I’d shave my head, too,” Linn said Thursday morning from Astoria, Queens.

    “I love my short hair. I think it’s helped me stand out.”

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    Linn was discovered on Facebook by a model scout while working a job as a surgical technician about a year ago. The whirlwind that has followed has taken Linn to New York City Fashion Week, a Seventeen magazine shoot and now the centerfold of Playboy’s March 2014 issue.

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    Linn talked to us about the days when she loved Brett Favre, her billiards prowess and her preferred drink of choice.

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    You were discovered on Facebook by a “model scout.” Did you think that message was creepy when you first got it?

    “It wasn’t creepy because so many modeling agencies are finding talent that way. I was able to research my agency, Red Model Management, because it had a presence on Models.com and that helped me confirm it was legitimate. Scam agencies don’t operate that way.”

    You went from working around surgeons to working in the modeling world. Which world had bigger divas?

    “I think the surgeons were bigger divas. There’s much more at stake in the operating room; it’s more intense, and there’s a definite pecking order as to which person has what responsibility…I’d definitely say surgeons can be divas in the best possible way. They need to focus. In the fashion industry, it’s more about having fun and playing dress-up.”

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    You’re a Jersey native. Which sports teams did you follow growing up?

    “I was a stereotypical girl who didn’t follow sports, but I grew up playing sports. Everyone in my neighborhood was a boy, so if I didn’t know my football, I was in trouble. We watched the Giants in my house, but my dad was a big Green Bay Packers fan, so I used to love Brett Favre. Number four all the way! (laughs)”

    Have any athletes been hitting on you since you were named a Playmate?

    “I’ve been sort of bi-coastal – flying out to L.A. a lot – so I haven’t had the chance to get hit on by athletes yet or meet many people as a Playmate.”

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    Your bio mentions you are good at pool. Have you ever sharked a guy – or let him win?

    “I am very unsuspectingly good at pool. Guys will talk a lot and then we’ll bet – and I’ll beat them – and then suddenly a whole line of guys wants to play me. It makes for a long night of competition, but it’s all in fun.”

    We hear you like Jack Daniel’s. How many shots of Jack does it take to get you drunk? What was your worst experience with it?

    “I’ve never had a bad experience on Jack; never gotten sick or hungover. I just order their Tennessee Honey flavor on ice with a splash of peach schnapps and sip it all night. It’s my go-to drink.”

    By Joseph Student for Busted Coverage

    http://bustedcoverage.com/2014/02/27/britt-linn-playboy-miss-march-2014-photos/


    Miss March 2014 sports a Miley Cyrus style mohawk.

    Miss March 2014 sports a Miley Cyrus style mohawk.

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    Playboy serves as a cultural barometer for beauty trends. A surprising number of scholarly studies have tracked the changing measurements, ages, and races of Playmates as a way of studying societal shifts in what we consider beautiful. While the gentlemen’s magazine has broken many cultural barriers, such as featuring African American models during the height of the race wars, Playboy tends to pick Playmates who embody more conservative hallmarks of beauty. In general, most Playmates could be described as curvy fashion models—Victoria Secret-types as opposed to waif-thin runway models. Despite the recent popularity of tattoos and piercings, Playboy rarely features women who have anything more extreme than a naval piercing or a tattoo that is much larger than a sticker. So, when a Playmate diverges from the mold, the public takes notice.

    The March 2014 Playmate, Linn Britt, 23, is the first Playmate in 15 years to have short hair. Perhaps even more surprising is Britt’s style of shorthair: she has a mohawk with the sides of her head shaved.
    This feminine mohawk has been popularized in recent years by the likes of Rihanna and Miley Cyrus, though it was embraced before these pop icons in the underground circles of adult entertainment by Skin Diamond, Christy Mack, and Joslyn James. Even before that, it was a staple of the grunge rock movement of the 90s and the punk scene of the 80s. In and of itself, the hairstyle is nothing new. What is new is Playboy’s acceptance of such a seemingly edgy look.
    Time will tell what this gesture signifies, if anything. Will the hairstyle be accepted in more mainstream circles? Will the feminine mohawk lose popularity among alternative subcultures? Or, will Playboy be open to more alternative forms of beauty when considering Playmates?

    411mania Inteview: Playboy’s Miss March Britt Linn
    Posted by Steve Gustafson on 03.08.2014411′s Steve Gustafson sits down with Playboy’s Miss March, Britt Linn! She talks about being the newest Playmate, her photo shoot, and what’s next in her career! All this and more inside!

    New Jersey-born fashion model Britt Linn is Playboy’s March 2014 Playmate of the Month and the magazine’s first short-haired Playmate in more than 15 years (issue on newsstands and iPlayboy.com now, with additional photos available atwww.playboy.com/brittlinn).Just one year ago, Britt was working as a surgical technologist when a New York model scout found her on Facebook. “I started modeling in September during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, and bam,” she says, “I’ve been flying by the seat of my pants ever since!” After snagging shoots for Seventeen and Diesel, she booked her Playboy Centerfold and a Vogue Italia editorial on the same day. “I burst into tears of happiness,” Britt says. “I’m pretty competitive, and I thought it’s be cool to be slender enough for high fashion but also curvy enough for Playboy. And I did it!”

    As a rising star in the fashion world with a sexy, punk-rock vibe, Miss March describes herself as an approachable “goofball” who likes shooting pool with the boys, throwing back shots of Jack Daniel’s and mellowing out to singer-songwriter Ray LaMontagne.


    Britt Linn Vee at the Playboy Mansion with Hugh Hefner

    Britt Linn Vee and the Playboy Mansion with Hugh Hefner

    Britt Linn Vee and the Playboy Mansion with Hugh Hefner

    Early modeling pictures of Britt Linn Vee

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