Lending Marilyn Monroe dress to Kim Kardarshain was ‘irresponsible’ collector says

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 The gown in question was worn by Monroe during her famous 1964 performance of Happy Birthday to US President John F. Kennedy.

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Mr. Scott Fortner called it “publicity” and that more should have been done to protect the “cultural icon.”

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He however proclaimed that he had no intention for any outrage to be directed at Kim Kardashian.

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He further proclaims the dress to be a cultural icon, a political icon, a hollywood icon and that it was irresponsible

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Furthemore he propounds that “it’s a part of American history from an event that happened 60 years ago and…it should have been archived and preserved and taken care of.”

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 The skin-tight dress is adorned with 6,000 crystals and was hand-sewn by costume designer Jean Louis.

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 He also called it the “most famous dress in the world.”

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His ultimate decision was that the gown was “irreparable” as it was no longer possible to purchase the fabric it was made from.

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The dress originally cost $12,000 and the Monroe had to be sewn into it.

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