Lindsay Lohan is recreating on of the most famous icon in Hollywood history. Marilyn Monroe appeared in a famous pictorial called “Last Sitting” taken by photographer Bert Stern and Lohan has recreated the images exactly for the latest issue of New York magazine.
Check out the newly released (2/20) outtakes here
See the cover of this issues here
Actress Lindsay Lohan appears as she’s never been seen before in an exclusive photo portfolio by Bert Stern, restaging the photographer’s famous series of photos of Marilyn Monroe that came to be known as “The Last Sitting,” in the Spring Fashion issue of New York magazine, on sale today. Shot at the Hotel Bel-Air on February 5, the photos of Lohan as Monroe duplicate the 1962 originals down to the lighting, the shellacked blonde wig Lohan wears, and her willingness to appear in little more than a chiffon scarf. Regarding the nudity, Lohan tells the magazine: “I was comfortable with it,” though she confesses to having done “250 crunches” the night before the shoot. Lohan sees the Monroe photos (and by extension her own) as a way of regaining power: “Here is a woman who is giving herself to the public. She’s saying, ‘Look, you’ve taken a lot from me, so why don’t I give it to you myself.’ She’s taking control back.”