Marilyn Grabowski Obituary, Death Cause – Marilyn Grabowski, the West Coast photographic editor for Playboy magazine, is evaluating the model Miss September in her Santa Monica studio, which is flooded with natural light. Grabowski is employed at the magazine Playboy at the moment. At the same time, she is keeping an eye on how all of the other contestants are doing. The young lady is tall and slender with red hair, and the only items she is wearing are a chartreuse crinoline, lavender thigh-high stockings, and lime green stilettos.
Her hair is red. Her tresses are a rich chocolate brown in tone. She is currently sitting with her rear end propped up on a child’s lounger. These three articles are the only ones that she is currently wearing that prevent others from seeing her in her naked state. Grabowski is depicted wearing a black outfit from head to toe, including black Ugg boots, a black fitting Armani blazer, and a pair of black leggings. Grabowski is always seen dressed entirely in black, from head to toe.
She glides with delicacy and vigilance, much like a judge at a dog show, as she traverses a tangle of electrical lines that power 10 gigantic bulbs (each of which is focused so densely that the crew refers to them alternately as “the fanny light,” “the face light,” and “the thigh light”). Each of the bulbs is powered by its own electrical cord. Grabowski makes the observation that the model’s right leg is positioned in the incorrect position for the centerfold, which results in a photo assistant using a sandbag to raise it to the correct position. Grabowski’s observation was the catalyst for this change. The observation made by Grabowski served as the impetus for taking these steps.