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Mon, 11 December 2017
Norman Norell Exhibit in New York
Norman Norell, who became one of Marilyn’s favourite designers after Amy Greene introduced them in 1955, is the subject of a major retrospective, opening at New York’sÂ Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) on February 9, 2018. As yet, it’s unknown whether any of Marilyn’s dresses (or similar) will be featured, but it’s a …
Sat, 9 December 2017
â€˜Letâ€™s Make Loveâ€™ on Blu-Ray
Let’s Make Love will be released on Blu-Ray for the first time by Signal One Entertainment on February 26, 2018. This 2-disc, HD transfer will be accompanied by an interview with film historian Mark Searby, the original trailer and a poster gallery.
Fri, 8 December 2017
Inside the Coca Cola Archive With Marilyn
Marilyn and Coca Cola are among the most recognisable American cultural icons. In an article for the Daily Mail, Anna Hopkins visits the Coca Cola archive managed by Ted Ryan in Atlanta, Georgia and finds images of Marilyn sipping Coke by the pool at Greenacres, the Hollywood home of silent movie comedian turned 3D photographer …
Wed, 6 December 2017
Marilyn Photo Exhibit in Paris
Iconic photos of Marilyn by Sam Shaw, Lawrence Schiller and Bert Stern are now on display at La Galerie D’Instant in Paris until February 13, 2018. You can also order an exhibition poster online forÂ â‚¬20.
Mon, 4 December 2017
Marilynâ€™s Library Gets Listed
Marilyn’s extenstiveÂ personal library is mentioned in Alex Johnson’sÂ A Book of Book Lists: A Bibliophile’s Compendium. “We all look at people’s bookshelves when we go into homes, don’t we,” he tells the York Press, “or more interestingly if they have no books, either way it always tells you something about the person.” You can read my …