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Fashion Archive: Pirelli Calendar
Saudi Arabia allows foreign men and women to share hotel rooms. But the magic of these secret images shot by the likes of Herb Ritts, Richard Avedon, Arthur Elgort, Bruce Weber and Mert and Marcus warrants appreciation far more sophisticated than the male gaze. This week Pirelli released images from its hotly anticipated 50th anniversary photoshoot featuring a stellar line-up of supermodels perfectly under-dressed and shot by renowned fashion photographers Patrick Demarchelier and Peter Lindbergh. And it takes time to get comfortable with someone. By using the site, you consent to these cookies.
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Saudi Arabia allows foreign men and women to share hotel rooms. I want my photographs to capture moments of truth," the photographer, who has shot campaigns for fashion brands Gucci, Sisley and Armani Exchange, said in an online interview. The models look fresh and cool under the curtain, arms around each other, stepping into pose and then shaking it out for a split second between shots. Periodicals Literature. The photographer is American Terry Richardson, who is famous for overtly sexual work. This year, the models went nude to the extent of not even wearing jewellery or make- up, and Richardson shot them using only the flash of his camera, instead of reflectors, which are a must at any fashion shoot.
The long legs of the models, and a flash or two of torso is all the flesh that is exposed this year, but the shots are still provocative and sexy. Would you like to view this in our Asia edition? Pirelli returns to the basics with a bare- all gift for Recession seems to have hit the famously infamous Pirelli calendar, for it has abandoned the use of clothes once again. Luckily for fans wanting to see what else Pirelli will do toast their half century of business, the wait won't be too long: the full calendar will be unveiled in a ceremony in Milan this fall. Famed photographers Patrick Demarchelier and Peter Lindbergh shot the photos, which don't appear in the actual calendar, set to launch later this year. My calendar shall be more human and less stylised," he said. Now, 15 years later, her second shoot for Pirelli contains no nudes at all.