The pink dress worn by Marilyn Monroe from Pucci sold for $325,000 at auction.

Marilyn Monroe’s dress, as well as Playboy founder Hugh Hefner’s tuxedo and slippers, were sold at an auction over the past weekend.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, the Pucci silk jersey dress with long sleeves went under the hammer for $325,000.

As reported by the organizer Julien’s Auctions, a single crypt-mausoleum in the Pierce Brothers Westwood Village Memorial Park and Mortuary in Los Angeles, located near the final resting places of Hugh Hefner and Marilyn Monroe, was sold for $195,000; Monroe’s crypt plaque for $88,900 (constant fan touches led to minor wear, necessitating a replacement); Hefner’s burgundy tuxedo, slippers, pajamas, and smoking pipes ensemble for $13,000; and a round bed from the mansion, custom-made as a duplicate for Hefner’s main bed in the original Playboy mansion in Chicago for $13,000.

The crypt, bed, and other items were purchased by Anthony Jabin, a technology investor from Beverly Hills. «I’ve always dreamt of spending the rest of my life next to Marilyn Monroe,» said Jabin.

The original cream/beige silk jersey cocktail dress, painted by Jean Louis, which Monroe wore at The Misfits actors’ press conference in the summer of 1960, was sold for $65,000.

Elizabeth Arden lipstick, custom-made for Monroe in a golden case, was sold for $65,000, making it the second highest-selling lipstick in auction history.

A set of swimsuits custom-made for Monroe in the 1954 musical «There’s No Business Like Show Business» was sold for $29,250.

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