July192012
1AM
Marilyn Monroe portrait photograph from Bert Stern’s The Last Sitting in 1962, some of the last photographs taken of Marilyn before her death.

Marilyn Monroe portrait photograph from Bert Stern’s The Last Sitting in 1962, some of the last photographs taken of Marilyn before her death.

1AM
Blurry candid photo of Marilyn Monroe in casual clothes

Blurry candid photo of Marilyn Monroe in casual clothes

1AM
1AM
Rare candid photograph of Marilyn Monroe in her dressing room, no makeup.

Rare candid photograph of Marilyn Monroe in her dressing room, no makeup.

1AM
Candid photo of Marilyn Monroe on the set of Some Like It Hot

Candid photo of Marilyn Monroe on the set of Some Like It Hot

12AM
July132012
11PM
Lol! Oh snap, Cher! Alicia Silverstone in a funny scene from the movie Clueless.

Lol! Oh snap, Cher! Alicia Silverstone in a funny scene from the movie Clueless.

11PM
Chew that gum, Cher! Alicia Silverstone in Clueless.

Chew that gum, Cher! Alicia Silverstone in Clueless.

11PM
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12PM
suicideblonde:

Milla Jovovich at the Versace Couture Fall 2012 show

Is it just me, or is that the Umbrella Corporation logo {Resident Evil trilogy} on her iPhone? Lol! It would be so awesome!

suicideblonde:

Milla Jovovich at the Versace Couture Fall 2012 show

Is it just me, or is that the Umbrella Corporation logo {Resident Evil trilogy} on her iPhone? Lol! It would be so awesome!

July62012
Vivien Leigh as “Cleopatra” in the film Caesar and Cleopatra (1945). During filming, Leigh discovered she was pregnant. Soon after the big news she suffered a miscarriage, which might’ve been due to treatments for a recent case of tuberculosis in her left lung. Already suffering from uncontrollable violent outbursts and great stress from an unknown mental condition everyone preferred to ignore (mental problems that plagued women were viewed as taboo and shameful), Leigh spiraled into depression after the loss.

Vivien Leigh as “Cleopatra” in the film Caesar and Cleopatra (1945). During filming, Leigh discovered she was pregnant. Soon after the big news she suffered a miscarriage, which might’ve been due to treatments for a recent case of tuberculosis in her left lung. Already suffering from uncontrollable violent outbursts and great stress from an unknown mental condition everyone preferred to ignore (mental problems that plagued women were viewed as taboo and shameful), Leigh spiraled into depression after the loss.

2PM
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