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A flowing scarlet gown with a purple sash, designed by American designer Oleg Cassini. This gown was worn by Marilyn to the premiere of "Monkey Business" in 1952 and in various photo shoots.
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The Marilyn Monroe Site A light green dressing gown designed by Oscar winning designer William "Billy" Travilla for "There's No Business Like Show Business." The scenes shot of Marilyn wearing this gown were ultimately cut from the final film.
Marilyn's Oleg Cassini red velvet evening gown worn to the premiere of "Monkey Business" and in publicity photos ~ 1952
The dress was sold at an auction in China. Monroe wore the green velour dress while she sang 'I'm Gonna File My Claim' in the 1954 Western in which she portrayed Kay Washington, a gambler's wife.
Marilyn Monroe's creamy white "subway dress" from 'The Seven Year Itch' designed by William Travilla. It's hard to find replicas or patterns…
Grey wool knit dress with spaghetti straps; interior label reads: "Rudi Gernreich/Designfor/Walter Bass;" moth holes evident. PROVENANCE: This piece is identical to the one originally sold in the October 27-28, 1999 Christie's New York auction titled "The Personal Property of Marilyn Monroe," Sale 9216, Lot 134, Page 108 of that catalogue.
Marilyn Monroe Dress worn for the hand print's ceremony at Graumans Chinese Theater June 1953
For years, stage and screen star Debbie Reynolds kept her multimillion-dollar collection of Hollywood movie costumes in storage and on display here .