FOREVER A Star Said to have always worn Chanel No. 5 to bed, Marilyn Monroe is seen here getting ready at the former Ambassador Hotel in New York City with none other than the beloved Parisian fragrance. Donning a form-fitting gold lamé dress, Monroe was on her way to the 1955 Broadway premiere of Tennessee Williams’ Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. This iconic photograph offers us a rare and raw glimpse into the life of the legendary actress. As you prep and dress this holiday season for your own evening out, remember to finish your look with something dear to you — heirloom diamond studs, a signature shade of lipstick, or as Monroe did, a favorite scent. When you wear something that makes you feel confident, you get that certain je ne sais quoi — a star power that no one can deny. Because as Monroe once said, “We are all of us stars, and we deserve to twinkle.”
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