“Booms.”

A look back at the 1950s, directed by Joe Sabia.

Brooklyn Decker.  There’s more.
Photograph by Miguel Reveriego.

Brooklyn Decker.  There’s more.

Photograph by Miguel Reveriego.

The pink-and-green glamour of the century-old Beverly Hills Hotel—seriously swoon-y photos here, along with vintage snaps of the high-profile guests (like Marilyn, shown here in BHH repose in 1951.)

The pink-and-green glamour of the century-old Beverly Hills Hotel—seriously swoon-y photos here, along with vintage snaps of the high-profile guests (like Marilyn, shown here in BHH repose in 1951.)

How My Week with Marilyn costumer Jill Taylor turned that sketch—based on this real-life Marilyn outfit—into this, on Michelle Williams. More exclusive details on the costumes—including lots of sketches and a spirited vintage-undergarment discussion—here.

Sketch courtesy of Jill Taylor. Movie still by Laurence Cendrowicz/© 2011 The Weinstein Company.

How My Week with Marilyn costumer Jill Taylor turned that sketch—based on this real-life Marilyn outfit—into this, on Michelle Williams. More exclusive details on the costumes—including lots of sketches and a spirited vintage-undergarment discussion—here.

Sketch courtesy of Jill Taylor. Movie still by Laurence Cendrowicz/© 2011 The Weinstein Company.

“Anchors aweigh, Fleet Week! Does this hat hide my dance-floor-makeout hair?”
Photograph, 1954, via Condé Nast Digital Archive.

“Anchors aweigh, Fleet Week! Does this hat hide my dance-floor-makeout hair?”

Photograph, 1954, via Condé Nast Digital Archive.

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