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Sexy and Trendy Outfits of Michael Jackson
Michael Jackson was an inspiration to millions around the globe. A famous pop singer and dancer, he became renowned for his distinctive choreographies and musical collections. His captivating personality earned him fans from all ages. Unfortunately, Michael passed away in 2009 at 50 years old but his legacy lives on through his songs and lyrics that continue to motivate countless people today to follow in his footsteps.
Michael Jackson’s iconic red and black leather jacket from Thriller has been sold at an auction for a whopping $1.8 million, The Daily Beast reported. Milton Verret of Austin, Texas who owns an extensive collection of rock ‘n’ roll memorabilia purchased the jacket.
Thriller is one of music’s iconic albums. Released in 1982, it spent 522 weeks on the Billboard 200 chart and has been reissued numerous times over time. Now, this iconic record will be featured at a new exhibit at Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio.
In King of Style: Dressing Michael Jackson (Insight Editions), art historian and costume designer James Bush recalls the creative process behind some of Jackson’s most iconic costumes and accessories. Additionally, he provides insight into just how much Jackson himself was involved in designing his outfits.
On his HISTORY tour in 1996, Jackson donned custom-made shin guards plated with 18-karat gold. These guards served to protect Jackson’s knees and shins during hard landings that are common during aerodynamic dance routines.
Michael Jackson’s signature outfit during his Bad tour featured a military coat. It features shoulder epaulets that give off an imposing appearance to its wearer.
Silver Bomber Jacket
The Silver bomber jacket is a stylish and sexy piece that adds to the style of its wearer. Crafted from genuine cowhide, it has premium YKK zippers for an elevated aesthetic. Additionally, its front zipper closure provides convenient access to open/close it quickly in seconds.
Michael Jackson’s Hats
Throughout Michael Jackson’s career, he donned various hats such as the white one he wore for his debut television appearance in 1969, a turban and black “Billie Jean” hat. However, Michael especially loved hats with unique twists like the one he donned for his 1993 Super Bowl performance.
Jackson’s Thriller Mask
In the early 1980s, costume designer Deborah Nadoolman Landis designed two “Thriller” masks for Jackson to help him stand out onstage. These were worn in both his video for “Thriller,” as well as during rehearsals for his Super Bowl performance.
Beat It Jersey
Michael Jackson’s iconic “Beat it” shirt from the 1984 Pepsi commercial is another timeless classic. With its eye-catching design and perfect choice for any fan of the pop star, fans are sure to love this timeless item.