Marilyn Monroe: A Hidden Talent

Sep 15


Marilyn Monroe photographed by Milton Greene, 1955.

Marilyn Monroe photographed by Milton Greene, 1955.

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Sep 14

joaokerr:

The Last Sitting: Marilyn Monroe photographed by Bert Stern for Vogue, 1962

Diana Vreeland, the editor-in-chief of Vogue at that time, kept Marilyn’s scar in the original picture. She used to say: “I think there’s nothing duller than a smooth, perfect-skinned woman. A woman is beautiful by her scars.””

joaokerr:

The Last Sitting: Marilyn Monroe photographed by Bert Stern for Vogue, 1962

Diana Vreeland, the editor-in-chief of Vogue at that time, kept Marilyn’s scar in the original picture. She used to say: “I think there’s nothing duller than a smooth, perfect-skinned woman. A woman is beautiful by her scars.””

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Sep 13


Marilyn Monroe meeting Lassie at a party in her honour, 1952.

Marilyn Monroe meeting Lassie at a party in her honour, 1952.

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“ I used to say to myself, what the devil have you got to be proud about, Marilyn Monroe? And I’d answer everything, everything. And I’s walk slowly and turn my head slowly as if I were a queen” 

Marilyn Monroe – My Story.

“ I used to say to myself, what the devil have you got to be proud about, Marilyn Monroe? And I’d answer everything, everything. And I’s walk slowly and turn my head slowly as if I were a queen” 

Marilyn Monroe – My Story.

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Marilyn Monroe by Andre De Dienes, 1949.

Marilyn Monroe by Andre De Dienes, 1949.

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latingolightly:

Marilyn Monroe photographed in Long Island, 1955.

latingolightly:

Marilyn Monroe photographed in Long Island, 1955.


Marilyn Monroe on the set of The Misfits, 1960.

Marilyn Monroe on the set of The Misfits, 1960.

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Sep 11


Marilyn Monroe, 1951.

Marilyn Monroe, 1951.

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Sep 09


“She was not the usual movie idol. There was something democratic about her. She was the type who would join in and wash up the supper dishes even if you didn’t ask her”
Carl Sandburg on Marilyn Monroe.

“She was not the usual movie idol. There was something democratic about her. She was the type who would join in and wash up the supper dishes even if you didn’t ask her”

Carl Sandburg on Marilyn Monroe.

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Sep 08

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