Unfortunately, she did that without any say in the matter. Not only was she the very first Playboy cover girl, but she was the first model to appear fully nude in its pages. Hefner claimed that Monroe put Playboy on the map, as that debut issue with her on the cover sold out in December Those infamous nude photos weren't specifically taken for Playboy, though.
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The Most Iconic Marilyn Monroe Nude Photos August 8, Bob Lansroth Pavle Ivanovic hides behind the pen name of Bob Lansroth as he tries to explore the boundless diversity of artists and the various ways in which they strive to escape the quotidian life. It is through the creative force within us that we must attempt to connect with one another and share our ideas with the world. Nowadays, it is really hard to discern something natural and real from the edited, altered and photoshopped. It has been speculated that the famous actress did have some plastic surgery performed on her chin and possibly her nose, despite popular belief. Either way, every talk of her photos stirs up controversy and much attention to this day, proving that some stars shine bright even long after they are gone. When Monroe met the photographer responsible for the iconic pictures, Tom Kelley, she was reportedly late with her rent payments and had her car in repossession.
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In that shoot, the actress posed for some photos behind a semi-see-through, silky cloth that did little to mask the seductress's beauty. No one would could have possibly known the impact these photos would have on popular culture at the time. In fact, one of the Kelley photos would go on to become Playboy Magazine's first centerfold, and would launch the publication into worldwide consciousness with a total of 54, copies sold. It is so iconic, many fans still prize the highly desired photo on the internet some 50 years later. Unfortunately, Marilyn Monroe would die from a drug overdose less than a year after posing for the Bert Stern photos Another "birthday suit" episode that occurred shortly before Marilyn Monroe's death was the filming of Something's Got to Give in which the actress unexpectedly traded her skin-colored body suit for, um