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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.

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.

Detail of Travilla Costume Design for Marilyn Monroe, "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes"

Detail of the "Diamonds are a Girl's Best Friend" Dress from "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" William Travilla for Marilyn Monroe, Lorelei, Gentleman Prefer Blondes, 1953

Marilyn's famous Anne Klein ballerina dress from Milton Greene's photographs, "The Ballerina Sitting".

Marilyn's famous Anne Klein ballerina dress from Milton Greene's photographs, "The Ballerina Sitting".

Alexander McQueen for Givenchy couture

Alexander McQueen for Givenchy couture (wildflower embroidered gown) embroidered dress old world style eastern european style

Rose's dressing gown from Titanic

Rose - Black Kimono Dressing Gown Ensemble from Titanic - I know it's not truly vintage but it is period appropriate

Marilyn Monroe's original white dress from subway vent photo

For years, stage and screen star Debbie Reynolds kept her multimillion-dollar collection of Hollywood movie costumes in storage and on display here .

A rhinestone bracelet owned by Marilyn Monroe and gifted to Vanessa Reis, the sister-in-law to May Reis, Monroe’s personal assistant and secretary. The bracelet has eight rectangular jeweled panels, each centered with a rounded faceted glass and linked wi

A rhinestone bracelet owned by Marilyn Monroe and gifted to Vanessa Reis, the sister-in-law to May Reis, Monroe’s personal assistant and secretary. The bracelet has eight rectangular jeweled panels, each centered with a rounded faceted glass and linked wi

Marilyn Monroe - photo postée par normaje

Marilyn Monroe - l'album du fan-club

Marilyn purchased this black conservative day dress at I. Magnin in 1950 to wear to agent Johnny Hyde's funeral on December 20,1950. ~ "The Personal Property of Marilyn Monroe", Christie's, New York.

Marilyn Monroe purchased this black conservative day dress at I. Magnin in 1950 to wear to agent Johnny Hyde's funeral on December ~ "The Personal Property of Marilyn Monroe", Christie's, New York.

Wedding gown, Worth, 1878. Boned bodice with deep center front busk point & basque tails. Undersleeve is ivory satin; upper sleeve is net covered w/pearl appliqués. To create slashed effect, satin bands applied over pearls. Self-fabric strips sewn over bands to simulate knots. Ivory satin cockades at elbows. Plain weave silk backing. Skirt front backed with silk taffeta. Two layers of self fabric used to create bustle. Museum of the City of New York

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Wedding gown, Worth, Boned bodice with deep center front busk point & basque tails. Undersleeve is ivory satin; upper sleeve is net covered pearl appliqués.

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