In Reto Lovely No.1 they printed an image of the lovely Caroline Jones by the studio Digital Articulation, the original image was a pseudo magazine cover called "Taboo Edition". Kevin Greggian with the studio suggested the graphic be re-worked to show Retro Lovely as the masthead. This is how it ran but what they did not expect was the flurry of hushed inquiries they received asking about the "Taboo Edition". They also through the process of assembling issues No.1 and No.2 had quite a few amazing images that were turned down for printing due to the content being a bit too pulse-quickening for the benchmark they wanted to establish.
Taboo Edition all but eliminates that sort of "restriction". Retro Lovely Taboo Edition maintains an emphasis on exceptional, beautiful pinup imagery but allows displays of models features on par with classic men's magazines while not getting anywhere near the really strong adult material.
Retro Lovely Taboo Edition is produced with the same quality materials and production values that have set Retro Lovely apart from any comparable magazine being produced today. This product carries no advertising at all.