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Undress for History, Please - The complete Pirelli retrospective

Undress for History, Please

The complete Pirelli retrospective

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Pirelli. The Calendar. 50 Years and More

Edition of 1,000
US$ 4,000
This edition is sold out. However, occasionally, copies do become available again. If you would like to be put on the waiting list, please register your interest here.
  • “…The book provides an incredible view of the mutability of the fashion landscape, and a powerful documentation of changing attitudes towards the female form. The collection serves as a point of reference for how society has weathered the continually oscillating landscape of the human form, sexuality and desire, and showcases the work the calendar has done to challenge convention and traverse boundaries.”

    — The Gentleman’s Journal, London
  • “For me the Pirelli Calendar stands for women: embracing themselves, embracing their body, being comfortable and strong.”

    — Isabeli Fontana
  • “The Pirelli Calendar — arguably the world’s most titillating way of keeping track of time.”

    — Vogue, New York
  • “They took a humble garage calendar and magically turned it around into the most desirable object for the jet set, the glamour set,“ said Benedikt Taschen, of the publishing house, which is working with Pirelli on a book about the history of the calendars. “And it is the hottest ticket for any photographer working today.“

    — The New York Times, New York
  • “… fun, stylish, occasionally verging on the scandalous but never overstepping into vulgarity.”

    — Glass, London/Hong Kong
  • “…nobody looks at the Pirelli Calendar to check the date… If you're reading this, you've most likely never owned a Pirelli Calendar for yourself, this is your chance to get your hands on ALL of them, and in one concise retrospective with some extras too.”

    — i-D Magazine, London
  • “…Pirelli – The Calendar. 50 Years and More reunites every month of the calendars alongside behind-the-scenes images…car talk never felt so racy.”

    — Details, New York