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Mario Sorrenti's Pirelli Calendar Will Ring In A Gorgeously Sexy New Year (NSFW)

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    Unless you haven't been on a computer or your phone for the past 24 hours (perhaps you've been unconscious?), you likely already caught at least a glimpse of a beach beauty baring it all, resting her head lightly against the sands of the shore line. This is the Pirelli 2012 calendar, and this is the reason you'll need to check if your coworkers are looking before you skim through the slideshow. The Italian automotive brand presents its 39th annual collection of gorgeous models, a modern-day pin-up shoot featuring the faces we often see on a runway rather than on a racetrack.

    The prestigious bunch includes Kate Moss, Isabeli Fontana, Milla Jovovich, Joan Smalls, Guinevere Van Seenus, Lara Stone, Natasha Poly, Saskia de Brauw, Malgosia Bela, Edita Vilkeviciute, Margareth Made, and Rinko Kikuchi. Captured by Italian photographer Mario Sorrenti (formerly linked to Kate Moss), all the statuesque beauties pose nude in mostly all black-and-white frames captured among intimate nature settings. We can't guarantee you'll ever get your hands on a physical copy of the calendar, but we gladly invite you to browse the entire collection of pics that is probably the sexiest way to keep track of the months in 2012.
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