Thelma Ekoh

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Wardrobe Gallery: Australia | CINEMATTIRE

Wardrobe Gallery: Australia | CINEMATTIRE

Gentlemen Prefer Blondes | pink, beauty and vintage

Marilyn Monroe in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes: (born Norma Jeane Mortenson; June 1926 – August was an American actress, model, and singer, who became a major sex symbol, starring in a number of commercially successful motion pictures during the and early

1950s Marylin Monroe Style. Let's start with the Orange pink chiffon dress worn by Marilyn in the movie “Gentlemen prefer blondes”. In the movie Marilyn wore this dress when she and Jane Russel enter the ship’s ballroom for dinner.

Let's start with the Orange pink chiffon dress worn by Marilyn in the movie “Gentlemen prefer blondes”. In the movie Marilyn wore this dress when she and Jane Russel enter the ship’s ballroom for dinner.

Audrey Hepburn in My Fair Lady 1964. When Audrey entered the set for the first time in Eliza’s ball gown, she was so beautiful the crew and the rest of the cast stood silently gaping at her, then broke out with applause and cheers. “I have always so badly wanted to be beautiful," Hepburn said to costume designer Cecil Beaton in a letter after viewing photos of herself as Eliza Doolittle. "Looking at those photographs I saw that, for a short time at least, I am - all because of you."

Audrey Hepburn in My Fair Lady 1964. When Audrey entered the set for the first time in Eliza’s ball gown, she was so beautiful the crew and the rest of the cast stood silently gaping at her, then broke out with applause and cheers. “I have always so badly wanted to be beautiful," Hepburn said to costume designer Cecil Beaton in a letter after viewing photos of herself as Eliza Doolittle. "Looking at those photographs I saw that, for a short time at least, I am - all because of you."

Mr. Givenchy will now be able to rest and see dear Audrey again.

Mr. Givenchy will now be able to rest and see dear Audrey again.

Ms. Hepburn wore Mr. Givenchy’s designs in the movies “Sabrina,” “Funny Face” and “Breakfast at Tiffany’s,” among others.

Ms. Hepburn wore Mr. Givenchy’s designs in the movies “Sabrina,” “Funny Face” and “Breakfast at Tiffany’s,” among others.