SHOWER LION - She was both disappointed and embarrassed. At their first karaoke night all of her friends found out she could only rock in the shower. (Swimsuit: Berskha / Jeans: Mango / Heeled sandals: Bershka / Rings: Pull and Bear)
Marilyn Monroe, 1953 The magazine Popular Science ran an ad in its August 1953 edition for life-size Marilyn Monroe pin-up posters. The ad was sandwiched between offers for “Bargain Carbine-style .22 Rifles,” “Build Your Own Jet Engine,” “Make Gems from Rocks,” and a “Famous Super Sniffer for Uranium Prospecting,” and called the Marilyn posters “The Best Gag Gift Ever.” For only two dollars, a man with a “den, bar, or playroom” could own this image of the bikini clad Marilyn.