What’s so special about a calendar? If it isn’t enough that it’s shot by uber photographer Steven Meisel (he’s shot every Italian Vogue cover since 1988 and every Prada ad campaign since 2004, FYI), it’s an exclusive series limited to only 500 pieces worldwide.
Inspired by the life and work of the late British florist Constance Spry – who was celebrated for pioneering a more bucolic and woodsy approach to floristry in the 1930s – Meisel shot a series of 13 photographs for a Loewe exhibition last year that has been translated into the visual calendar below. Currently on sale at Loewe’s Paragon store, it’s going at S$195. It might be pricey, but one can still lust after it – this writer certainly is, for starters.
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