lunedì 14 marzo 2011

Who invented the “Umbrella Girls”?






















The “Umbrella Girls” have an history, their history, it’s an Italian history. In 1982, Alessio Sundas creates a legend of pop culture and outright seduction with a red thread tied to the sports world and engines. It was 1982 and Alessio Sundas was organizing the cast of “The Look of the Year” in Chianciano Terme. Suddenly a storm began. The models are forced to take an umbrella. It took those photos of girls in bikinis, and immediately became myth going around the world next to the MotoGP rider. In these days has seen the light of the Umbrella Girls Calendar 2011. The beautiful girl with an umbrella that we see in the competitions of national and international MotoGP and SuperBike, have a purpose in their mission: to protect competitors before and after departure. The calendar was created by photographer Pierre Raffaelli, a native of Forli specializing in portraits of people, who for years produces images for advertising. The basic requirements of “Umbrella Girls” are: beauty & charm. But fundamentally, the “Umbrella Girl” Alessio Sundas, express their femininity with exuberant and winning body, short and clothes that transform them into Betty Poop or seductive pin-up, but always marked by the professionalism and support of a management team that communicates the special features. These days fibrillation increases for the approach of the 2011 MotoGP, there are several motorcycle manufacturers who understand the crucial role of ‘umbrella’. The “Umbrella Girls” are ready, lined up in pole position for this 2011, which promises to be one of the most exciting in recent years, just think of entering the award-winning team Ducati and Valentino Rossi to the expectations of redemption of all other competitors.

Info: http://www.umbrellagirls.it

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