In the beautiful snaps, the blonde bombshell can be seen posing up a storm on a variety of distinctive film sets including How To Marry A Millionaire and The Seven Year Die.
In one snap, Marilyn – whose real name was Norma Jean Baker – can be accom nied grinning from ear-to-ear as she shows off her famous curves in a sequin ones glad rags b put on a costume.
The neckline is sheer, allowing Ms Monroe to flaunt her best assets as she types her hourglass frame and trademark platinum blonde hair.
Another photograph shows the actress sat atop a piano in yet another racy ensemble as she intones to a crowd during the 1959 film Some Like It Hot.
In another unprejudiced snap, Marilyn is wearing a silk one-shouldered gown as a hairdresser keep an eye ons to her locks back in 1953.
On the set of Let’s Make Love, Marilyn can be seen wearing a yoke of racy fishnet tights and a leotard as she stretches out on a chair and gazes into the detach.
This week a Marilyn Monroe exhibition opened at the Bendigo Art Gallery in Australia and quirks her film costumes, studio portraits, movie posters as well as rebukes and accessories from her personal wardrobe.
Curator Tansy Curtin communicated she was expecting many people would come to see the film costumes, but there was much various to discover.
“I really hope they go away thinking about the bosom side of Marilyn, who she was when she was young, Norma Jean of course, and the mutation and the hard work she put into becoming a famous actor and just information a little more about this elusive and enigmatic character and maybe feeling a little bit closer to her personality,” she said.
Hardcore fan Greg Schreiner has presented items to the exhibition after he began collecting memorabilia back in the seventies.
He now has one of the heftiest collections of Marilyn Monroe memorabilia in the world, with his collection counting furniture, autographs, bank cheques, costume sketches and gowns.