It might not be the most practical outfit for the kitchen, but several Atlanta chefs wore nothing but aprons to pose for the 2016 Farmer's Fund calendar.
The concept pairs l ocal chefs (including Ryan Smith of Staplehouse , Hugh Acheson of Empire State South and 5&10 and Savannah Haseler of Twains Brewpub & Billiards ) in nothing but Hedley & Bennett aprons with the farmers who grow their food (including Brent Hall of Free Wheel Farm, Wes and Brad Swancy of Riverview Farms and Matthew Bagshaw and Christi Hansen of Hungry Heart Farm).
Proceeds benefit The Farmer Fund, an Atlanta nonprofit founded in 2015 to serve metro Atlanta farmers in the face of natural disaster.
The calendar is available for $20 via The Farmer Fund's website , and will be sold at restaurants around Atlanta including Buttermilk Kitchen, Pine Street Market, and Wrecking Bar Brewpub.
Scroll down to see the images featured in the 2017 Farmer's Fund calendar
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