Wednesday, October 06, 2010

The Red Affair

This post should have been dedicated to the "excursion" we did with my class on Saturday, in Parco della Musica, which is a large multi-functional public music complex, (continue reading about it here!), projected by Renzo Piano, and where the annual International Rome Film Festival is held. I am sad to announce that somehow I managed to format my card and there are no pictures. This is actually catastrophic. But I will return there, definitely. To make it up now, somehow, here are some snapshots of the new Campari Calendar 2011.

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After Salma, Eva, Jessica, Olga.. who did you think they could possibly come up with? No one from that league. For their 12th edition of the calendar Campari chose to interrupt the femme fatal tradition and to incarnate itself for the first time in a fascinating male figure. The name of the man who perfectly fits for the job? Benicio del Toro. Ladies and Gentleman, let me present you... the snapshots of backstage of the "Red Affair" (the actual calendar is out on the 21st of October).

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The photographer, Michel Comte.

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I personally find backstage pictures much more intriguing, I think it's because the "process of making it" is usually much more interesting than the final result itself. You can see my post of the last year's Campari Calendar and the backstage shoots with Olga Kurylenko (the ultimate James Bond girl) here!

So.. what do you think? Front camera versus backstage, which wins?

3 comments:

Stylelover said...

Amazing pictures!!! Great blog...
xoxo
Vicky

KRISTINA BABUSCI said...

backstage!!!!

melocoton said...

definitely backstage. it's always interesting to see the amount of work and attention to detail that goes into producing the final product. backstage is truly where the magic happens! pleasure to follow your blog!

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