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She could look deliciously, erotically sexual during even the simplest moments.

She could look deliciously, erotically sexual during even the simplest moments.

Here, in 1961 stylist Kenneth "Mr. Kenneth" Battelle is doing Marilyn Monroe's hair. He became her hairdresser in 1958 and remained her go-to stylist when she was in New York until her death.

Here, in 1961 stylist Kenneth "Mr. Kenneth" Battelle is doing Marilyn Monroe's hair. He became her hairdresser in 1958 and remained her go-to stylist when she was in New York until her death.

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“How To Marry A Millionaire (1953) ”

“How To Marry A Millionaire (1953) ”

A candid shoot, at Monroe’s suite in the Beverly Carlton Hotel, which rendered captivating results. Dressed casually in jeans and shirt tied at the waist, Marilyn lay on her bed reading Walt Whitman’s Leaves of Grass. Though she was often mocked for her literary leanings, Marilyn’s combination of sensuality and intellect was entirely genuine. By showing a different side to the actress, Florea also revealed his own versatility.

A candid shoot, at Monroe’s suite in the Beverly Carlton Hotel, which rendered captivating results. Dressed casually in jeans and shirt tied at the waist, Marilyn lay on her bed reading Walt Whitman’s Leaves of Grass. Though she was often mocked for her literary leanings, Marilyn’s combination of sensuality and intellect was entirely genuine. By showing a different side to the actress, Florea also revealed his own versatility.

Marilyn Monroe photographed during a hair test for There’s No Business Like Show Business (1954).

Marilyn Monroe photographed during a hair test for There’s No Business Like Show Business (1954).

Marilyn Monroe's hair test for "Don’t Bother To Knock" (1951)

Marilyn Monroe's hair test for "Don’t Bother To Knock" (1951)

Marilyn Monroe in a still for How to Marry a Millionaire (1953)

Marilyn Monroe in a still for How to Marry a Millionaire (1953)

Marilyn (1954)

Marilyn (1954)

Arthur Miller and Marilyn

Arthur Miller and Marilyn