7 Rare Vintage Photos of Marilyn Monroe You May No...

7 Rare Vintage Photos of Marilyn Monroe You May Not Have Seen

In honor of Carine Roitfeld’s announcement that this year’s Amafar  gala in Cannes will pay tribute to Marilyn Monroe’s imitable style. You know the white-dress-blowing-up over the subway photo, so well you can picture it right now. But there’s a handful of gorgeous Marilyn Monroe shots you’ve never even laid eyes on. Here, an intimate look behind the scenes.

With then husband Joe DiMaggio At Yankee Stadium april 1961

Candid of actress Marilyn Monroe (L) & ex-husband Joe DiMaggio (R) attending opening game at Yankee Stadium. (Photo by Lee Lockwood/The LIFE Images Collection/Getty Images)On set with Tony Curtis in 1958American actors Marilyn Monroe (1926-1962) and Tony Curtis (1925-2010) pictured together on location near San Diego, California during production of the film 'Some Like It Hot' in 1958. Marilyn Monroe and Tony Curtis play the characters of Sugar Kane Kowalczyk and Joe/Josephine in the film. (Photo by Rolls Press/Popperfoto/Getty Images)Trying on wardrobe options in august 1960Trying on wardrobe options in August 1960.At the Foreign press Association of Hollywood’s First Annual International Film Festival on Jan 26th, 1952Subject: Marilyn Monroe sitting with her first career awards: the "Henrietta" for Best Young Box Office Personality, given by the Foreign Press Association of Hollywood (an ancestor of the group that hands out the Golden Globes today). Club Del Mar, Santa Monica, California 1952
Photographer- Loomis Dean
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With then Husband Arthur Miller 1956(GERMANY OUT) *17.10.1915-10.02.2005+Schriftsteller, USAmit Ehefrau Marilyn Monroe- 1956 (Photo by ullstein bild/ullstein bild via Getty Images)Preparing for The Presidential Birthday PerformanceNEW YORK - MARCH 1955: Movie star Marilyn Monroe gets fitted for her costume in a dressing room before riding a pink elephant in Madison Square Garden for a circus charity event in March 1955 in New York City, New York. (Photo by Ed Feingersh/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)Circa 1941, When she was still Norma Jean Baker

By Melonie Wang

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