Serbian model posed for Pirelli Calendar

The Serbian fashion model Djurdja Stojiljkovic has recently posed for the famous Pirelli Calendar for 2010, together with the renowned models, such as Miranda Kerr and Ana Beatriz Barros. Once more she has confirmed that she is in the top of fashion business.
The beauty from Pancevo, the fashion model of the prestigious “Women” agency with the branch “International Scouting Office” in Belgrade, has shown all her charms in the Pirelli Calendar posing in front of the camera of the famous fashion photographer Terry Richardson. The shooting took place on the wonderful beach Trancoso near Salvador in Brazil, which served as an ideal location, since the models were relaxed and ready to collaborate. This year’s main principle in the selection of models for the calendar was that girls should be completely natural, without plastic correction on the face or body, without much make-up, and photographs with a lot of day light and without photoshop corrections. Djurdja was wearing a black swimsuit, which mostly revealed her body, and posed in attractive positions beside an Oldtimer. Other models who also posed for the Pirelli Calendar this year were Miranda Kerr, girlfriend of the famous actor Orlando Bloom, Ana Beatriz Barros, Gracie Carvalho, Catherine McNeil, Lily Cole…
Djurda Stojiljkovic started her careers as a model quite early. She was spotted by fashion scouts at the Belgrade Fashion Week when she was 16 and she soon moved to Milan. In a very short time, she became famous in the circles among girls despite harsh competition. Djurdja owes her success to her unusual beauty and lips and so far she has taken part in numerous fashion shows for “Armani”, “Prada”, “Diesel”, Vera Wang, Donna Karan and covers of the magazines, such as “Elle”, “Vogue”, “Harper’s Bazaar”... Last year, this twenty-year-old girl was listed among the ten greatest young talents and new hopes of fashion catwalks by the British magazine “Vogue”. Despite glamorous life in the capital cities all over the world, Djurdja remained modest and a successful student at the Faculty of Political Sciences, which she confirmed by what she said for “Blic”:
“Modeling is a job in the first place, it is far from hobby or summer vacation. Just as any other job, it requires attention, dedication and sometimes some kind of sacrifice,” Djurdja points out.