In recent years, Twentieth Century Fox has released a wide range of products celebrating their greatest star, including calendars, mugs, and most recently, perfumes. Fox was also involved with last year’s Bendigo exhibition. Using original poster artwork from Gentlemen Prefer Blondes and How to Marry a Millionaire, they have now created a series of framed prints (£25 each), as spotted by Immortal Marilyn’s Fraser Penney at TK Maxx in Perth, Scotland.
Some fans have noted that the original movie posters have been altered, removing Marilyn’s co-stars. MM would no doubt raise an eyebrow at this belated recognition from her home studio!
Stella McCartney has designed this T Shirt, available for £14.99 at TK Maxx, using Sam Shaw‘s 1954 shot of Marilyn at a party held in her honour at Romanoff’s restaurant in Hollywood, after filming The Seven Year Itch. For each T Shirt sold, £8 will be donated to Comic Relief, in aid of poor and disadvantaged people in the UK and Africa.
Spotted by Fraser at TK Maxx, £14.99
Prices from £12.99 to £24.99. Spotted at Perth store by Fraser
Snapped in the Perth store by Fraser, priced at £24.99
And another, in Dundee!
Retails at £40 (there is also a smaller size), photographed by proud owner and ES Blog reader Michelle Morgan of Northamptonshire.
As some of you will know already, Michelle is the author of Marilyn Monroe: Private and Undisclosed (2007), one of the best biographies around.
And before you ask, that’s not the ghost of Maf-Honey on the carpet, but Michelle’s very own Betty the Bichon!
Photo by Fraser Penney, who tells me they are priced at £15 to £17.
While browsing the TK Maxx website, I found this Warhol-style dress at £12, designed by Criminal Damage