Rare Photos of Marilyn Monroe Get Their Own Exhibition

Erin Fitzpatrick

New look: As Harper's Bazaar pointed out, a new exhibition at London's Little Black Gallery features photographs of Marilyn Monroe taken by frequent collaborator Douglas Kirkland. According to the gallery, the two met in 1953, and by the end of their four-year relationship, they produced more than 5000 images. Some of the photos have never been published, while others are some of Monroe's most iconic. The stunning exhibition is on view now through February 27. [Harper's Bazaar

Spring forward: Wildfox just launched its Spring 16 collection online. Complete with graphic sweatshirts, cool T-shirts, and more, the collection is rife with fun, perfect-for-spring colors like bubblegum pink and baby blue. Click here to shop the new Wildfox Spring 16 collection. [Wildfox

On view: The renowned Savannah College of Art and Design is launching two new exhibitions at its Atlanta museum: one covering the London-based artist, stylist, and designer Daniel Lismore, and one highlighting the work of fashion photographer Jonathan Becker. The stylish exhibitions will be on view from January 22 through April 1. [SCAD Fash]

Career inspiration: The CEO of entrepreneurial conference Create & Cultivate told MyDomaine that she got her big break via a cold email she sent to Garance Doré asking her to speak on her panel. And guess what? It worked! Head over to MyDomaine to read the rest of the enlightening interview. [MyDomaine

Kate Middleton hair: Envious of the Duchess's mane? Her hairstylist Richard Ward revealed her go-to conditioner: Chelsea Collection Condition and Cleanse ($12), which is from his own line of products that's now available stateside. Excuse us while we add it to our shopping carts, pronto. [Byrdie

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