Serena Williams Goes for 2016 Pirelli Calendar! (PICS INSIDE)

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Serena Williams Goes for 2016 Pirelli Calendar! (PICS INSIDE)
Serena Williams Goes for 2016 Pirelli Calendar! (PICS INSIDE)

It has been revealed that renowned photographer Annie Leibovitz has shot some topless pictures of world number one Serena Williams which will feature in the 2016 issue of Pirelli Calendar. Also Check out: Here Are The Top 5 Naked Streakers Ever Seen on Tennis Courts Official version of the calendar will be revealed at the Roundhouse in London on November 30 and its known yet for which month the 17-time Grand Slam champion has posed but we have got some pictures from the shoot.

There is a big change in the calendar this time as it usually features one of the sexiest professional models every year but this time it will be highlighting successful and inspiring women from different walks of life.

Leibovitz shared "This calendar is so completely different. It is a departure. The idea was not to have any pretense in these pictures and be very straightforward." She added, "I started to think about the roles that women play, women who have achieved something.

I wanted to make a classic set of portraits. I thought that the women should look strong but natural and I decided to keep it a very simple exercise of shooting in the studio." Just Kids author Patti Smith, Trainwreck star Amy Schumer, Yoko Ono, Natalia Vodianova, Kathleen Kennedy and Selma director Ava DuVernay will also be featuring in the 2016 edition of Pirelli Calendar.

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