Special New Exhibit Features Rarely-Seen Selections from Michael Jackson’s Personal Wardrobe
March 16, 2009

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This one-of-a-kind exhibit features a selection of the elaborate clothing that has come to define the King of Pop’s uniquely personal style. Located on the Museum’s third floor, this exhibit, on display for a limited time only, offers visitors the unprecedented opportunity to get up close and personal with one of pop culture’s most iconic looks.

“The GRAMMY Museum is excited for this rare chance to share this material with our visitors,” said Chief Curator Ken Luftig Viste. “Michael Jackson is undeniably one of the most significant entertainers in pop music history, and the pieces’ starpower and design — is striking. Few, if any, have ever before been made available to the public in this way.”

Highlights include jackets worn on the Victory tour, at Jackson’s 1984 American Music Awards appearance, at the dedication of his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, two gloves, and more. All are elaborately bejeweled, beaded, and detailed with one piece weighing nearly fifteen pounds.

The exhibit is free with Membership or paid Museum admission. For further information: www.grammymuseum.org

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