reality tv star Kim kardashian She received a fake tuft of hair from Marilyn Monroe, according to an expert on the Hollywood icon.
Scott Fortner, historian and collector of the “Some Like It Hot” star has doubted that Kim received a real lock of Marilyn’s hair from Ripley’s Believe It Or Not.
This comes next Ripley dedicated to Kim 41, “Silver box containing a real lock of Marilyn’s signature platinum hair” during her look at the 2022 Met Gala; The shiny nude bohemian dress, designed by Bob Mackie, that the “Gentleman Prefer Blondes” star wore to President John F. Kennedy’s 45th birthday party in 1962.
Scott FortnerMosque Marilyn Monroe Collectionresponded to the company’s Instagram post by reviewing the facts.
He wrote: “Football alert: Marilyn Monroe’s hair was given to Kardashian by Ripley False “.
Referring to Ripley’s website, Scott referenced the lies provided, such as a screenshot of an article promising to “get an exclusive look” at Kim getting ready, noting that the lock of hair was “endorsed by John Reznikov” and that it was clipped by hairstylist Robert Champion.
Fortner believes that Monroe’s designer that night was Kenneth Patel and explains his reasons with a receipt.
He wrote in the caption,
“One might assume that the hair given to KK was part of that set of hair that had been cut by Robert Champion ‘before his performance in MSG’.”
“Patel is responsible for Marilyn’s famous hairstyle that night, as evidenced by a receipt from Lilly Dache’s beauty salon.”
Fortner He has since spoken out about Kim’s decision to wear the dress to Anna Wintour’s party, where the dress was made to “delicately hug every curve” of Marilyn’s character.
“While I understand the allure of wanting to wear such an iconic dress, one cannot ignore or overlook the fact that no one other than Marilyn Monroe wears the iconic dress. Happy birthday, Mr. President“It can cause anxiety for a number of reasons,” he said.
“The dress was custom-made for Marilyn Monroe.”
«Marling She stood nude while the fabric of the dress was literally sculpted on her body to delicately hug every curve,” he continues.
“The cloth, a flesh-colored puffed gauze imported from France, was studded in such a strategic way that you did not need to wear underwear.”