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  • Shannon Draper

    “I never wanted to be Marilyn—it just happened. Marilyn’s like a veil I wear over Norma Jeane,” she admitted to Schiller. During a photography session, she told him, “I always have a full-length mirror next to the camera when I’m doing publicity stills. That way, I know how I look.” Schiller asked, “So, do you pose for the photographer or for the mirror?” “The mirror,” she replied without hesitating. “I can always find Marilyn in the mirror.”

  • Brittany Phillips

    Marilyn Monroe checking herself in the mirror. New York City, March 1st, 1955. What happened to you girl?! S

  • Jody Marx-Prunier

    Unlike in most of her previous photo shoots, Marilyn agreed to be photographed without her hair and make-up done. | 31 Candid Photos Of Marilyn Monroe In New York

  • Sofia

    Marilyn Monroe in New York City, photographed by Ed Feingersh, 1955.

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