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>> What's more naked then being naked? According to this year's Pirelli Calendar, real nudity is bearing the sole and not the body. Ditching the traditional scantily clad super models for a second year, this years 14 actors appear clothed and make up free. Reuter's reporter Helena Williams is in Paris at the calendar launch.
>> I'm here at the Cite Du Cinema in Paris for the Pirelli Gala Dinner. Now, we've seen some famous faces walk the red carpet, Nicole Kidman, Helen Mirren, and Uma Thurman. And they are the very fresh faces of this year's new calendar, photographed by Peter Lindbergh.>> It's not realistic at all, so it's great to see women with not much makeup on looking just not necessarily that extraordinarily imperfect and fantastic.
They're just looking great and natural. In the 60's ,70's and 80's when I was young it wasn't the same. It's become that. So it's nice to come back to photography like Peter. The fact that Pirreli have decided to do it this way is actually very important, I think.
>> Also in Paris this week, the Victoria Secret fashion show. The epitome of what Lindbergh says he wanted to avoid.>> Sex is normally translated by bikinis and high heels.>> Mm.>> And this is the opposite of what I think is sexy. I think sexy is something very, very hidden.