19 October 2014 23:35

2015 Campari Calendar Cover Revealed

Campari has unveiled the cover image for the 2015 Calendar, entitled 'Mythology Mixology' and has also confirmed that the official unveil date for the next edition will be the 5th November 2014.

The iconic calendar cover image features this year's stunning leading lady, Eva Green, wearing a beautiful custom-made red gown poised against Campari's wheel of time. The wheel symbolises the key dates in Campari's colourful past, where 12 of its most iconic and best-loved cocktail recipes were born. Whilst these intriguing stories journey through Campari's 150 year history, the collection also has a distinct contemporary feel that challenges fans to look to the future and imagine endless possibilities.

Eva's striking stance entices fans in to join her on an imaginative journey of discovery, as the dazzling heroine leads us through a contemporary reinterpretation of the brand's history and celebrates the classic cocktail recipes that are still so popular in today's modern world.

The calendar was shot by the worldwide acclaimed and exhibited fine art photographer Julia Fullerton-Batten, the first ever woman to get behind the lens on the Campari Calendar.

The Campari Calendar, of which only 9,999 copies are printed, will not go on sale but will be distributed to friends of Campari around the world.

Campari fans can get involved with the action, as all the Calendar imagery, plus an interactive guide to the cocktails, will be available to view across the Campari social media feeds, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest.

 

 

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