On Wednesday 5 December in Milan p exhibition center, Hangar Bicocca hosted the presentation of the 46th edition of the Pirelli calendar for 2019, the theme of which was “the path of the dream and its embodiment of the” four creative women, accompanied by their mates and new heroines of model Gigi Hadid, dancer misty Copeland, actress Laetitia Casta and Julia garner. Also in the shooting calendar, was attended by Russian ballet dancer Sergei Polunin, the Swedish model Astrid Eyck, soloist for the American ballet theatre’s Calvin Royal the third, and American fashion designer Alexander Wang.
The author of the new Pirelli calendar for 2019, called “the Power of dreams”, became famous 76-year-old Scottish photographer albert Watson, famous for a series of portraits of famous people, among them Alfred Hitchcock, and Steve jobs. The shooting took place in April in Miami and new York. In total, the calendar includes 40 color and black and white photos.
At a press conference dedicated to the presentation of the new calendar, Watson said that he wanted to remove the calendar in a new style and sought to make them photos with still images from the film. With the cinema release of the new Pirelli Calendar 2019 unites and format of images that are made in 16:9 resolution. “I would like to get people dealing with the calendar, realized that I wanted to explore the inner world photographed by me characters, creating situations that reflect positive thinking modern women,” added Watson.
Recall that the Pirelli calendar was first released in 1964 as advertising Italian company engaged in the manufacture of automobile tires. Since the calendar turned to cult edition – advanced icon fashion style. He doesn’t go on sale, and distributed in a limited edition among friends and partners Italian tire company.
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