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Swiss fashion photographer René Habermacher is the photographer-you-should-know this week.

His career started in illustration but he made the right move with photography (and later cinematography), having worked for the most important fashion magazines and brands such as Dior and Bulgari among others.
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Daria Werbowy

The new Pirelli Calendar was released officially in Moscow last week, and as usual, it is an event on its own in the world of photography. After Terry Richardson in 2010 – which did not makes me say ‘wow’ – and Peter Beard in 2009 – that was a big WoW -, it is Karl Lagerfeld who has the honor. And this time, I wowed a few times.

From his Paris studio, Lagerfeld created “Mythology”, a calendar that reflects one of his deepest passions, that of Greek and Roman mythology, tales of the origins of humanity told through the adventures of gods and goddesses, heroes and heroines.

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Don’t know the Pirelli calendar? Here is what P{irelli says about it:

The Calendar is the icon of Pirelli’s communication. A symbol that for over forty years not only celebrates female beauty, but also celebrates the complexity of an art that has been able to transform itself over time.
With constantly changing styles and authors, this art always manages to express a new aspect of history.

In short: it is a big thing.

(more about these after the click below… including nudity)

Pirelli Calendar 2010

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Another massive book (30.9 x 42.5 cm and a mere 2.1 kilos!), from famed Holloywood Photographer Mario Testino, and foreworded by Nicole Kidman, which supposedly brings you in the life of celebrities. The list of those portrayed here would be long but let’s only mention, Demi MooreCameron DiazAngelina JolieBrad PittGeorge Clooney.

Mario Testinos Let me in

Mario Testino's Let me in

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