Looks de belleza para la playa inspirados en iconos retro

Looks de belleza para la playa inspirados en iconos retro

"How I Stay in Shape" by Marilyn Monroe.... This is an article written by Marilyn herself for the September 1952 issue of "Pageant" magazine. These images can be found at http://glamournet.com/legends/Marilyn/monthly/shape1.html

"How I Stay in Shape" by Marilyn Monroe.... This is an article written by Marilyn herself for the September 1952 issue of "Pageant" magazine. These images can be found at http://glamournet.com/legends/Marilyn/monthly/shape1.html

Marilyn  MAKE SURES SHE IS STILL NOT CREATING, MAKING, HAVING, USING MAGIC, LIVING DOING WHAT SHE WANTS, HELPING OTHERS, LIVING WITH OTHERS, SOLITUDE ONLY FOREVER, AND NOT IN A BODY.

Marilyn MAKE SURES SHE IS STILL NOT CREATING, MAKING, HAVING, USING MAGIC, LIVING DOING WHAT SHE WANTS, HELPING OTHERS, LIVING WITH OTHERS, SOLITUDE ONLY FOREVER, AND NOT IN A BODY.

The "body" of Marilyn Monroe in the "morgue" for the true crime investigation "The Marilyn Files."

The "body" of Marilyn Monroe in the "morgue" for the true crime investigation "The Marilyn Files."

Marilyn Monroe She wasn't just a pretty face but also intelligent on a if not genius level, then near genius level. I would have loved to have picked her brain on various subjects and gotten to know the real human being behind the image. Obviously she was gorgeous, but that brain of hers intrigues and fascinates me more than her body. Seriously!

Marilyn Monroe She wasn't just a pretty face but also intelligent on a if not genius level, then near genius level. I would have loved to have picked her brain on various subjects and gotten to know the real human being behind the image. Obviously she was gorgeous, but that brain of hers intrigues and fascinates me more than her body. Seriously!

Aqui, Norma ya era Marilyn, y no pudo dejar de serlo nunca mas. Marilyn Monroe upon her arrival at Madison Square Garden for John Kennedy's birthday gala, May 19, 1962.

Aqui, Norma ya era Marilyn, y no pudo dejar de serlo nunca mas. Marilyn Monroe upon her arrival at Madison Square Garden for John Kennedy's birthday gala, May 19, 1962.

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