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159. Michael Jackson costume from the 1988 Bad Concert Tour. Michael Jackson, the "King of Pop", is one of the top recording artists of all time with the Best Selling Album of All Time (Thriller), 13 Grammys and 13 #1 Singles. The most iconic of his costumes is this black leather motorcycle jacket and decorative gold belt worn in during the 1988 Bad Concert Tour. Michael Jackson presented these pieces to the Hollywood Guinness World Records Museum while being honored there. The signature attire was custom-made by Los Angeles costumers and stylists, Michael Bush and Dennis Tompkins, who have been making bespoke clothing for Jackson for over 20 years. The costume includes the black leather motorcycle jacket which is festooned with 11 gold police-style badges on the chest, gold crests on the upper sleeves, multiple buckles at the cuffs, and studded epaulettes. The extravagant, highly detailed belt features the oversize crest buckle with "Bad" in red enamel, and is decorated with dozens of small amber crystals, and circled with six additional smaller crest emblems. Also included are his black leather pants and black boots with gold shield appliances over the toe and top. Truly a once in a lifetime opportunity to acquire the most iconic costume in pop music history. $30,000 - $50,000
|Estimate||$30,000 – $50,000|
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