August’s Cocktail and Outfit – 50s inspired fashion editorial

Time for some 50s fashion inspiration this August as this month’s outfit for the limited edition Campari Calendar 2015 starring Eva Green is taking us straight to a bowling alley in 1950s USA. The cute red dress Eva is wearing is an Azeddine Alaia, accessorized with an Andrew Gn belt and Lanvin stilettos. [Click to view backstage images and video from the photo shoot] Photo by…

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July’s Cocktail and Outfit – Space Fashion Editorial

July’s outfit for the limited edition Campari Calendar 2015 starring Eva Green is inspired by Sputnik, the famous space programme of the Russians launched in 1957. Eva Green is wearing a custom made vinyl piece complete with a pair of Christian Louboutin spikey ankle boots in this futuristic space fashion editorial. [Click to view backstage images and video from the photo shoot] Photo by…

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June’s Cocktail and Outfit – The Boulevardier, 1920s Paris fashion

June’s spectacular 20s fashion outfit is one of my most favorites among the 12 looks featured in the limited edition Campari Calendar 2015 starring Eva Green.  Inspired by the vivid 1927 Paris, the look evolves around a daring red silk cocktail mini dress with rhinestone and metal fringe embroidery by Versace, styled with Swarovski jewellery, long black gloves, T-strap open-toe stilettos and…

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May’s Cocktail and Outfit – Boxing Fashion Editorial

May’s outfit for the limited edition Campari Calendar 2015 starring Eva Green is inspired by Primo Carnera, the first Italian to win the heavyweight boxing title, in New York. The boxing outfit Eva wears in this look is the only one which was entirely custom made, head-to-toe, for the calendar photo shoot. Never had a boxing fashion editorial looked so glam and sexy before! [Click…

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April’s cocktail and outfit – Italy, 1960s

April’s look for the limited edition Campari Calendar 2015 starring Eva Green is inspired by the story behind the famous Campari Orange cocktail, invented in Italy in the 1960s. In this shot, the actress has adopted an equestrian style, wearing an outfit by Versace. [Click here to view backstage images and video from the photoshoot] The cocktail Campari Orange was originally named after Garibaldi,…

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