The Radical Anti-Fashion of Marilyn Monroe

The Radical Anti-Fashion of Marilyn Monroe

It’s hard to imagine Marilyn Monroe attending Fashion Week, wearing the requisite front-row grimace, flanked by Beyoncé and Anna Wintour. She’d be too busy directing a play, falling in love, or reading a story by Colette, her waterlogged smartphone long forgotten, drowned in a tub at the Waldorf-Astoria, useless but impeccably scented with Chanel No. 5. Because as much as she valued that celebrated body, Marilyn valued her mind far more.

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The Radical Anti-Fashion of Marilyn Monroe

La guía de Kate Moss para vestir bien después de los 40

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A los 20 todo te queda bien, a los 30 comienza a haber ciertas reglas y… ¿a los 40? La eterna musa de estilo tiene las claves.

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La guía de Kate Moss para vestir bien después de los 40