A more intimate photo of Marilyn that perfectly captures her vulnerability.
In March 1955, photographer Ed Feingersh followed Marilyn around the city for a week — the results were some of the most iconic photos ever taken of her.
25 of History's Greatest Style Icons, Ranked
In a world full of boring red carpets lined with stylist-approved iterations of the same gown, it’s refreshing to be reminded that there are (and were) celebs who go (and went) against the grain. Here, 25 style icons, ranked from “Can we be you?” to “Seriously, can we please...
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We Had Faces Then
Marilyn Monroe, 1950′s “This is a little kid who wants to be with the other little kids sucking lollipops and watching the rollercoaster, but she can’t because they won’t let her. She’s frightened to...
Marilyn Monroe's Final Photo Session: The Last Photos of Marilyn Taken by Allan Grant in 1962
On July 4th 1962, Richard Meryman begins an interview with Marilyn. It will be the last! He wanted some photos with the article but Marilyn wasn't very happy to do an other sitting. But finally, she was agree to do it in her house. The photographer was Allan Grant. Those photos are the really last photos of Marilyn Monroe! Here's some of the contact sheets from the photo session: