World's Most Expensive Dress Ever Sold – Marilyn Monroe's 'Happy Birthday, Mr President' Gown

World's Most Expensive Dress Ever Sold – Marilyn Monroe's 'Happy Birthday, Mr President' Gown

39 Replies to “World's Most Expensive Dress Ever Sold – Marilyn Monroe's 'Happy Birthday, Mr President' Gown”

  1. Looked up the dress that Marilyn was wearing and the sequins didn't 100% match it was at least 85% matched as I could see a slight difference with the sequin pattern and it is a bit tricky to notice the sequin pattern because the photos of Marilyn wearing this isn't pure HD which is why this is the perfect dress to replicate. And if it was worn by Marilyn it would be held at a proper museum other than selling it to a fan, I mean c'mon guys just think about it because this dress was worn by the most iconic person on earth in the present of the president and it was her most biggest moment in her life and would you really sell it.

  2. They’re real life weirdos for this 🤢 it’s a dead girls clothing, leave her memory in peace 🙄

  3. 4 million dollars ???? And they say there is no money anymore in the world To give back dignity To poor people ???? Is that fair ? Is that right ? Who Will change the world ? When ?????

  4. Marilyn herself loved Hollywood – she even mentioned in a recording that there should be museums dedicated to props and Hollywood memorabilia – this all should be in a museum. I'm not sure why this is being sold off, because this was against her wishes… and her voice was recording saying this…

  5. So sad how now her items or once wear/use are now being sold for such money 💰🤦🏻‍♀️.

  6. Non of those clothes look nearly plus size for someone who people claimed was a plus size icon ☕️👀
    Just saying 💁🏻‍♀️

  7. It's not the dress that's being sold its the name if there was 100%proof that you had a towel that she used to dry off after bathing or swimming in it would be sold for millions its always the name that's sold not the product unless it has diamonds attached to it

  8. This makes me mad. Her dress, he personal belongings belongs in a museum, not in someone's personal collection.

  9. Why they are selling her clothes ? Do y’all think she will be happy with that ? Just put it in the museum

  10. Ripley's believe it or not bought It i saw it when came to the ripleys museum here in saint Augustine florida

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