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We’ve already shown you the first official pics of Michelle Williams as the iconic platinum-blonde bombshell Marilyn Monroe, but now you can feast your eyes on an entire Annie Leibovitz-shot portfolio from October’s issue of Vogue. Inspired by the upcoming film My Week With Marilyn, we think Leibovitz and fashion editor Tonne Goodman got the look just right—they not only re-imagined some of Marilyn's most iconic images, but the creative team behind the magazine shots also played up Michelle Williams' inherent sex appeal-meets-vulnerability that allows her to embody the screen star so completely. The photos are stunning, so make sure you check them all out here before you pop on over to Vogue.com to read the article before it hits your local newsstand.
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