Are you a confusingly wealthy pervert? A reclusive cinema obsessed heiress? A recurring feature on MTV Cribs? Do you have $2 million laying around? If so, you may be interested in purchasing Marilyn Monroe's iconic "subway dress," most famous for being blown up while being worn over a subway grate in The Seven Year Itch. Buy it, try it on yourself, and tell everyone what size Marilyn Monroe really was, as sizes were different in the 1950's.
The famous frock is being shilled by Debbie Reynolds, who has collected Hollywood memorabilia for years and plans on selling off her entire collection. She also owns a dress worn by Maria in The Sound of Music, the Ascot dress and hat worn by Audrey Hepburn in My Fair Lady, and shoes from The Wizard of Oz.
If you want to glimpse the subway dress as well as the rest of Reynolds' treasures before they're lost forever to rich weirdos of the world, the collection will be on public display at the Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills for the next month.
Marilyn Monroe's Subway Dress Set to Fetch $2 Million [Daily Mail]