In June 1962, six weeks before she died, Marilyn Monroe pulled on a black wig and did a passable imitation of Jackie Kennedy for Vogue magazine. Shot by Bert Stern, the photographs are fun, gorgeous and, given the rumours that Monroe and President Kennedy were lovers, poignant.
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