Is it possible that Karl Lagerfeld has been reading my script? So many of his words about the Pirelli 2011 Calendar resonate.
Lagerfeld unveiled the Pirelli 2011 Calendar ‘Mythology’ at the Ritz-Carlton in Moscow. the final package includes 36 photos total of 21 different “protagonists” — 15 female models, 5 male models including Lagerfeld muse Baptiste Giabiconi, and one Julianne Moore, who poses as the wife of Zeus.
Moore was in Moscow last night to attend a dinner in honor of the launch at the Stanislavsky Theater.
Models include Lara Stone (as Aphrodite, appropriately enough), Bianca Balti (as a Bacchante), Freja Beha Erichsen (as Apollo, Pollux, Orpheus), Isabeli Fontana (a Bacchante), Magdalena Frackowiak (as Athena, Estia), Anja Rubik (as Hermes, Terpsichore), Abbey Lee Kershaw (as Echo, Castor, Eurydice), Lakshmi Menon (a Bacchante), Heidi Mount (as Aurora, Amphitrite), Erin Wasson (as Ajax, a Bacchante), Natasha Poly (as Melpomene), Daria Werbowy (as Artemis, Penthesilea), and Iris Strubegger (as Athena).
Surprisingly, Lagerfeld picked up a favorite theme of Anne of Carversville, linking goddesses, religion and feminism. Yes, Karl Lagerfeld used the word ‘feminists’: