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  • Gene Tierney as Lili Duran wearing a red dress with a purple sash in the 1951 film "On the Riviera."
    • Twentieth Century Studios

    On The Riviera

    1951

    Costume seen on Gene Tierney as Lili Duran

  • Marilyn Monroe wearing a red dress with a purple sash for the premiere of the 1952 film "Monkey Business."
    • Frank Powolny

    Monkey Business Premiere

    1952

    Costume seen on Marilyn Monroe

  • Gene Tierney wearing a red dress with a purple sash in a 1952 ad for Tru-Glo liquid makeup.
    • Tru-Glo Cosmetics

    Tru-Glo Ad

    1952

    Costume seen on Gene Tierney

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About the Costume

Oleg Cassini designed this red gown with a brilliant purple sash for his wife Gene Tierney to wear in the 1951 film On The Riviera. A photo of Tierney in the dress was used the next year to promote Tru-Glo Liquid makeup. The gown was later reused in 1952 on Marilyn Monroe for several photo shoots, as well as the premiere of the film Monkey Business

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About the Costume

Oleg Cassini designed this red gown with a brilliant purple sash for his wife Gene Tierney to wear in the 1951 film On The Riviera. A photo of Tierney in the dress was used the next year to promote Tru-Glo Liquid makeup. The gown was later reused in 1952 on Marilyn Monroe for several photo shoots, as well as the premiere of the film Monkey Business

Oleg Cassini designed this red gown with a brilliant purple sash for his wife Gene Tierney to wear in the 1951 film On The Riviera. A photo of Tierney in the dress was used the next year to promote Tru-Glo Liquid makeup. The gown was later reused in 1952 on Marilyn Monroe for several photo shoots, as well as the premiere of the film Monkey Business

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Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Immortal Marilyn
  • The Marilyn Monroe Site
Costume Designer:
  • Oleg Cassini

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