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Marilyn Monroe’s Iconic Dresses Up For Auction!! The Musical Number “Heat Wave” Costume Is Also There. See What’s More???

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Iconic star late Marilyn Monroe left the most astonishing fashion statements for all time. Her most iconic costumes are hitting the auction book!

Dresses once worn by the most famous and iconic Hollywood Star Marilyn Monroe is going to be up for sale. The sale will be up at Los Angeles based Auction house, Julien’s auctions. The deal is titled as the “property from the Life and Career of Marilyn Monroe.” Fascinating, isn’t it?

 

Not only dresses, but also her other personal products which the icon used are to be put up for sale. Among all the dress, the most fascinating of that time was the black deep plunged neckline dress.

The epic three-piece dress

There is also the beautiful three-piece ensemble Monroe wore for the musical number in “There’s No Business Like Show Business” titled “Heat Wave.” The dress which was considered racy for its time features a black bandeau top carefully embellished with sequins and a floral, floor-length long skirt layered with six layers of hot pink ruffles, which perfectly showcased Monroe’s torso. The look only touched

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Marilyn Monroe in Musical Number “Heat Wave. Image Credit: Pinterest.
Marilyn Monroe in Musical Number “Heat Wave. Image Credit: Pinterest.

the completion with an oversized white straw hat with orange flowers, as well as a black silk bikini-style bottom brief.

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Reportedly, the outfit allegedly was not recommended by Monroe’s then-husband Joe DiMaggio. Even he denied being photographed with his wife wearing the costume on set. Expectedly the dress will fetch between $60,000 and $80,000. DiMaggio and Monroe called it quit in 1955.

What says the Outlet

The auction outlet said that the costumes to be sold were actually part of the Debbie Reynolds’ collection of old Hollywood memorabilia that already went up for auction in 2011 when the actress sold off her items after she attempted to create a museum. A wealthy collector was the successful bidder at that time for the Monroe memorabilia.
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