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Marilyn's sequined gown and head-piece designed by William Travilla for "There's No Business Like Show Business" ~ 1954.

Marilyn's sequined gown and head-piece designed by William Travilla for "There's No Business Like Show Business" ~ 1954.

Pero normalmente se lo lleva, la que pide todo...Son así de simples :))

Amigos, hoy vengo a compartir con ustedes muchas imágenes con frases feministas que seguramente les van a encantar a todas aquellas personas que se interesan por las cuestiones políticas y sociales…

"Let's Make Love" A halter style gown, which Marilyn had custom made for the film. This costume is based on a design by women’s clothier Jax. Marilyn had four personal dresses in this same style in red, orange, gray and white. This particular film costume varies from her personal dresses in that the skirt is floor length. Her personal gowns were knee-length.

"Let's Make Love" A halter style gown, which Marilyn had custom made for the film. This costume is based on a design by women’s clothier Jax. Marilyn had four personal dresses in this same style in red, orange, gray and white. This particular film costume varies from her personal dresses in that the skirt is floor length. Her personal gowns were knee-length.

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