A Tribute to Marilyn Monroe’s Iconic Pink Dress

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19.03.2024

We look back at the iconic pink dress Marilyn Monroe wore in her famous musical number “Diamonds Are A Girl’s Best Friend” in the movie “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes” (1953). This cinematic moment not only left an indelible mark on the history of film but also became an icon of fashion and glamour from the golden era of Hollywood

The dress itself was a masterpiece of fashion, designed by the legendary William Travilla. Crafted in bright pink satin and adorned with rhinestone details. When Marilyn wore it on the big screen, she dazzled the audience with her beauty and dazzling charisma, instantly becoming a symbol in film history.

In the midst of celebrating the 2024 Oscars, an event that uniquely fuses cinema and fashion, we have recreated this iconic moment in our own red carpet version. We dive into the nostalgia of a bygone era, evoking the magic of classic cinema and the glamour of old Hollywood. With the aim to capture the essence of that look, the timeless elegance and unforgettable charm of Marilyn Monroe, to bring it to the present and pay tribute to her legacy in the world of fashion and film.

The scene in which Marilyn sings and dances in this dress has become iconic. Set in an elegant nightclub, Marilyn portrays the dazzling Lorelei Lee. The elegant choreography and dazzling wardrobe created an unforgettable moment that continues to resonate in popular culture to this day.

A special moment from the 2024 Oscars that captured everyone’s attention was Ryan Gosling’s performance. In an emotional tribute, Gosling transported us back to the era of Marilyn Monroe with his rendition of the song “I’m Just Ken” from the movie Barbie (2023). This performance was not only a tribute to the legendary Monroe but also a reminder of the enduring impact that style and fashion have on pop culture. To relive this magical moment, we invite you to watch Ryan Gosling’s performance by clicking on the following link.: https://youtu.be/fo6T5BwxFh0

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