Pirelli's Calendar Won't Have Retouched Photos — But There's One Flaw
The calendars, which Pirelli has been making for 50 years, are meant to celebrate women.
Pirelli's iconic calendar is shaking it up for 2017 by ditching airbrushing and photo retouching.
But some are calling out the similarities of the women featured — they're all slim celebrities.
In recent years, the calendar included career-oriented women with various builds.
This year, women older than 50 grace the pages — showing beauty at all ages.
Do you think Pirelli's calendar missed an opportunity to truly celebrate women? Let us know.
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