Marilyn Monroe

Rare unseen proofs and out-takes from Marilyn Monroe’s most famous photoshoot (47 photos)

Rare unseen proofs and out-takes from Marilyn Monroe’s most famous photoshoot photos)

DRAGON: Alfred Eisenstaedt / Marilyn Monroe

Here is part one of my Marilyn Monroe collection. I know you've seen some of these before but I have lots that will be new to you. I'm going to post them once a week un.

Love this image of Marilyn Monroe. Was bummed to see the original artist who made the image was not credited. I'd like to know.

Marilyn Monroe

I love this picture of Marilyn Monroe. I wish hats hadn't gone out of style. When I get old I'm going to be the crazy hat lady instead the crazy cat lady.

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

Marilyn Monroe and James Dean

Marilyn Monroe and James Dean. Love this pic. So want one of me and my guy

Marilyn Monroe poster, already own! #decor

Marilyn Monroe

My all time favorite picture of Marilyn! Marilyn Monroe--vulnerable, sexual, intelligent, beautiful, and filled with despair. Such a sad story.

Marilyn, of course

Fashion Lines Inspired by Vintage Icons

Marilyn Monroe

Marilyn Monroe

Audrey poses playfully with her cigarette holder, wearing a drop hem  Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2724893/Never-seen-images-Marilyn-Monroe-Audrey-Hepburn-filming-famous-movies-revealed-incredible-new-book-Hollywood-contact-sheets.html#ixzz3ATA5ukh8  Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

Never-before-seen images of Marilyn Monroe and Audrey Hepburn

Black and white contact sheet from Alfred Eisenstaedt's 1953 photo shoot with Marilyn Monroe. See more here. (Alfred Eisenstaedt—Time  Life Pictures)

Black and white contact sheet from Alfred Eisenstaedt's 1953 photo shoot with Marilyn Monroe.

Marilyn Monroe - marilyn-monroe Fan Art

Inspiring picture beautfiul, black and white, fashion, marilyn monroe, pretty. Find the picture to your taste!

Marilyn Monroe had a say in which photo proofs she liked and disliked

Coffee Table Glamour - Norman Mailer & Bert Stern: Marilyn Monroe

during her legendary final photo shoot with Bert Stern Monroe crossed out the negatives that she didn’t want published

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