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Marilyn Monroe photographed by Carl Perutz,

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Marilyn Monroe in Floppy Hat with Flower Pin. Looks to be a hand tinted black and white photo. Just the perfect amount of color

Lauren Bacall et Marilyn Monroe à la première du film How to Marry a Millionaire, 1953

Lauren Bacall et Marilyn Monroe à la première du film How to Marry a Millionaire, 1953

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Quotes and inspiration from Celebrity QUOTATION – Image : As the quote says – Description Marilyn Monroe quote…. Sharing is everything – We, at Quotes Daily, we think that sharing is everything, so don’t forget to share this quote with those Who Matter !

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Marilyn Monroe as a brunette was so much more stunning.  What idiot told her otherwise?

Marilyn Monroe- with her natural brunette. i think she looks even better this way. Actually Marilyn Monroe's natural hair color was a light brown color, not this dark color. Although she does still look amazing!

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This photo could've been taken today, timeless beauty and LOVE her hair in this photo. i love to look to old movies and photos for hair, makeup and style.

Not everything has to change....

Our list of style icon& continue with the real-life princess Grace Kelly. Although she died of a car crash in fashion& love affair with her endures as her style is recreated across the glob.

19 Pictures That Will Make You Think Differently About Marilyn Monroe BuzzFeed Happy 88th Birthday, Ms. Monroe.  Getty images Marilyn Monroe reading at home. by Alfred Eisenstaedt on Getty Images

19 Pictures That Will Make You Think Differently About Marilyn Monroe

Marilyn Monroe Reading at Home by Alfred Eisenstaedt. I love photos of MM in a natural state.not hamming it up.

Queen Marilyn Monroe:: Old Hollywood Starlet:: Tiara:: Marilyn Monroe Photos

Pictured here is Marilyn Monroe from the movie "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" Lady Beekman: It's a tiara. Lorelei Lee: You DO wear it on your head. I just LOVE finding new places to wear diamonds.

Marilyn - Pensive in Green Dress

Milton H. Green, Marilyn 'peasant' sitting on a curb, Photo: Milton H. Green, The Women's Museum / handout email

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