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MARILYN MONROE: THE LEGACY OF A LEGEND EXHIBITION celebrates what would have been the icon’s 90th birthday on June 1.

The curated exhibition includes Marilyn Monroe’s original costumes from notable films ‘Niagara’ and ‘No Business Like Show Business’. Visitors will be transported into her world through the lens of style, photography and film.

With all the high glamour of 1950s Hollywood, the exhibition celebrates style. The sheer beaded dress from ‘Some Like It Hot’ is on display complemented by Marilyn’s favourite jewellery, watches and accessories.

Marilyn’s journals and hand written letters give a contrast between her personal life and her dazzling public persona.

The exhibition, in collaboration with Julien’s Auctions, will be the first, and only time that this incredible collection of pieces is available for public viewing in the UK.

The exhibition, which can be viewed at Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour is free. Opening times: 10am – 7pm, every day. Dates: Wednesday 25 May until Monday 20 June.

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