´)(` .¸Marilyn Monroe
I do not profess to be an expert on Marilyn Monroe. I do not own any of the images on this board. I think she was a very pretty woman. I enjoy showing how "real" she looked to those people from that era and to us. She had rotten taste in men. She was just so hounded by the media. I love her photos. She is usually smiling. (Sorry for any duplicates-also for any photos that are not MM, still NOT an expert on MM.)
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Monroe in 1956 at Idlewild Airport (now JFK International Airport) just before heading to Los Angeles to work on a new film.
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Marilyn with Jane Russell, publicity photo for "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" 1953
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Marilyn Monroe - Look at how healthy she looks. Today she would never get a modelling job because people would call her fat. Someday, this obsession with size 0 being the only beautiful will come to and end and girls will be healthy again.
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Marilyn Monroe Horse Photographer: Allan "Whitey" Snyder Date of Image: 1953 Photo: Allan "Whitey" Snyder
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This tailored sportswear from "We're Not Married" is a prime example of a studio costume by Elois Jenssen that Marilyn requisitioned for her personal wardrobe.
This suit in pale turquoise dupioni silk is from "Niagra." Like other costumes, Marilyn wore this one several times off screen. She often wore costumes as they were tailor made for her measurements. The suit is by Dorothy Jeakins, a freelance costumer who won three Oscars for her work.