The blue side of Marilyn: weekend watch

Model Francesca Criscuolo doesn’t have Marilyn Monroe-esque hair, or a Marilyn Monroe-esque figure… but then Patrizia Fusi’s shoot M.M isn’t about recreating the icon in all her glory. Much like the subtlety of the shoot’s title, the theme is really touching on the life of Norma Jean. And it’s about the blue and insecure side; the “person under the character”.

Marilyn Monroe shoot

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M.M. by Patrizia Fusi
M.M. by Patrizia Fusi
M.M. by Patrizia Fusi
M.M. by Patrizia Fusi

Elegantly styled by Lucia de Grimani and with makeup by Eleonora Juglair, you can view all of Patrizia Fusi’s (patriziafusi.tumblr.com) shoot at the gallery, or hit play above to watch her accompanying fashion film.

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