Take In Kylie Jenner’s Spot-On Marilyn Monroe Halloween Costume


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Kylie Jenner wasn’t done with three Halloween costumes. The reality star just posted her fourth look on Halloween day: Marilyn Monroe. She saved the most elaborate for last because folks, this is a magazine cover, too.

Jenner recreated Monroe’s iconic “Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend” look from Gentlemen Prefer Blondes for V magazine. Several other celebrities have channeled the look before, including Blake Lively and Camila Cabello. But when you’re a billionaire, doing it up for Halloween and for an editorial, the recreation ends up being eerily exact.

Jenner shared her look and then her reference shot of Monroe for proof, then her V cover:

V additionally shared the video version of it:

On its site, there’s a gallery of her recreating the scene. It’s impressive and worth seeing here.

What else has Jenner been this year for Halloween? She was a sexy Ariel from The Little Mermaid last night with her friends. They all had a Disney princess party, and Sofia Richie dressed up as Sleeping Beauty. Jenner’s friend Anastasia “Stassie” Karanikolaou was Cinderella.

Jenner and Karanikolaou were also Playmates together the night before and had a Playboy party. Jenner appeared on the cover of Playboy earlier this year, so the costume was an homage to that:

And they started their Halloween dressing up as Britney Spears and Madonna (Jenner was Madonna). They recreated the two artists’ kiss from the 2003 VMAs.

Last year, Jenner also went all out for Halloween. Her most impressive costume was Barbie. Jenner had multiple outfits and posed against a pink Ferrari.

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