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Fashion: Megan Fox faces the pain of more than a week with Marilyn

Megan Fox, Brian Austin Green

Megan Fox is learning the really ugly side of tattooing. She's been trying to have the inked image of Marilyn Monroe removed from her right forearm and is finding it a long and painful process. "It's incredibly painful. They can't numb it enough," she said of the pain she's feeling in the laser-removal process. She said she started getting tats at age 19, refusing to believe those who told her it was a bad idea. "I was stubborn and thought that I was going to love it forever .... It's not that way at all," said the now-25-year-old star. [Us]

Paris boutique Collette plans to start selling the heavy beaded (and silly-looking) heels that rapper/designer-wannabe Kanye West co-designed with Giuseppe Zanotti for his fledgling runway show last year. [Cut]

Randall Christensen, the Emmy Award-winning costume designer for "Dancing with the Stars," is collaborating on a collection of swimsuits with Miraclesuit. [WWD] (subscription required)

Robert E. Gray, who co-founded women's wear line St. John with his wife, Marie, reportedly died Tuesday at age 86 at his home in California. [WWD] (subscription required)

The Duchess of Cambridge visited the Royal School of Needlework in Hampton Court Palace near London Tuesday. There she met and thanked some of the embroiderers who worked on her wedding gown. [People]

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Photo: Megan Fox (with Marilyn on her forearm) and husband Brian Austin Green at the 2011 Golden Globe Awares. Credit: Jay L. Clendenin / Los Angeles Times) 

 
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