Despite her tragic childhood, Marilyn Monroe did not give up on her dreams, eventually becoming an iconic example of unleashing her full potential despite difficulties. Monroe rebelled against roles that commodified women and the lower wages of female actors by founding her own production company. He was ahead of his time and against discrimination. In the spring of 1955, he entered into a bargain with the owner of Los Angeles' famous club Mocambo for his jazz artist friend, Ella Fitzgerald, who was not attractive enough for the stage due to her weight besides being black; If Fitzgerald performed here, Monroe would be in the front row. Marilyn kept her word, and that's how Ella turned into an artist who decided where to sing. Monroe's last professional photos were taken by his friend George Barris on the beach in Santa Monica on June 13, 1962. She was wearing this cardigan that day… To the Marilyn Monroe #Icons of Solidarity Collection; He joined the challenges with hope, the male-dominated world of Hollywood with intelligence, and the strength of solidarity to confront the discrimination of the entertainment industry. Become a #supporter to an equal and beautiful world by buying Marilyn Monroe's cardigan, who challenges the ugliness of the world with beauty.