Stephanie Pfriender Stylander Marilyn Monroe Tribute Comes As Milton H. Greene Collection Sold With Copyright

Tamara Gianoglio styles Tereza in this sexy New York-based photographer Stephanie Pfriender Stylander tribute to Marilyn Monroe. Grazia Italia published the summer breeze, sherbert colours ‘Sexy Retro’ images as more than 3,700 unpublished Marilyn Monroe images go up for auction next month at a Profiles in History auction in Los Angeles next month.

Considered “the most important archive of iconic 20th century glamour and fashion photography” by auction house bosses, the Milton H. Greene collection will be sold with copyright on July 27.

In today’s headlines, The Hollywood Reporter shares dirt from the records of private detective Fred Otash. Included in his treasure trove of 11 boxes is his unpublished memoir “Marilyn, the Kennedys and Me’, in which he recalls bugging Marilyn Monroe’s house on behalf of the reclusive tycoon Howard Hughes. So close was the sleuth to Monroe that he was tuning into his wiretaps on the day Monroe died.

“Yes, I did hear a tape of Jack Kennedy f-ing Monroe,” he told Vanity Fair in 1992. “But I didn’t want to get into the moans and groans of their relationship.”


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