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Marilyn Monroe by Mrs.Eve Arnold

Marilyn in that famous red dress from the opening scene of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, designed by William Travilla.

Her sex-symbol image aside, Marilyn Monroe was an avid reader of 20th-century literature and was often photographed curling up with a book, as in this Peter Stackpole shot taken at her Hollywood home in 1953. see more:

Norma Jean Baker just beginning to be Marilyn Monroe.

from a friend: ""Marilyn Monroe >> showing that curves can be covered and still amazingly sexy." I want to get the word "sexy" out of the English language. Marilyn was beautiful & extremely feminine & had a body too! What a woman! (that's far better than sexy.)

1955 movie posters | And though Marilyn wasn't the first (and hardly the last) of her peers ...

"How wrong it is for a woman to expect the man to build the world she wants, rather than to create it herself." ~ Marilyn Monroe

She had such a personality. They always protrayed her as a bimbo..she was anything but!