June 21, 2011 Debbie Reynolds has sold Marilyn Monroe's "subway dress", which the late actress wore in The Seven-Year Itch, earning $4·6 million. The collector paid over $5½ million once fees were included, as part of Reynolds' auction of her private collection of Hollywood memorabilia. She...

Would You Wear Marilyn Monroe-Inspired Lingerie Or Handbags? Friday, January 14th, 2011 Canadian businessman Jamie Salter just purchased Marilyn Monroe's life rights, and wants to make mad money (like he needs any more) by branding lingerie, handbags, fragrances and more with the late beauty's...

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Bern Stern was the last photographer to shoot Marilyn Monroe, before her death in 1962. On a selection from 2571 photographs, the exhibition "Marilyn Monroe - The Last Sitting" showcases some of the best pictures of Marilyn, never seen before. Showcased in several cities before, such as Paris...

The auction is expected to raise as much as $7 million dollars, with the Marilyn Monroe subway dress estimated at $2 million. In May, a lesser-known dress of Marilyn's – a black crepe cocktail dress from an unknown desiger – sold for $348,000 at a Julien's auction house "Hollywood Legends"...

Marilyn Monroe's pleated halterneck dress that she wore in the film The Seven Year Itch is going up for sale thanks to Debbie Reynolds, who is auctioning off her vast Hollywood memorabilia collection. The infamous "subway dress", which was designed by Travilla, is expected to fetch up to $2...

December 20, 2010 Marilyn Monroe Book - "Fragments: Poems, Intimate Notes, Letters" However, behind the headlines—and the too-familiar stories of heartbreak and desolation—was a woman far more cultured, curious, searching, and hopeful than the famous "Marilyn". And even as Hollywood studios...

Celebrity aesthetician Kate Somerville's revealed both Marilyn Monroe and Elizabeth Taylor would shave their face to exfoliate. According to Style.com : "On good authority (that being Elizabeth Taylor's personal cosmetic dermatologist, whom Somerville used to assist), the greats (those...

Canadian businessman Jamie Salter just purchased Marilyn Monroe's life rights, and wants to make mad money (like he needs any more) by branding lingerie, handbags, fragrances and more with the late beauty's name and image. He's even mentioned producing a reality show. Though we're interested...

"We're not really interested in the trinkets and trash," Salter told The Post about his approach to the Monroe merchandising business. "Don't get me wrong, it's a good business — calendars, posters and shot glasses – but that's not what we want to do with Marilyn Monroe." The key will be to...

 

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