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BAD Tour Stage Worn Black Spandex Shirt (1987)

BAD Tour Stage Worn Black Spandex Shirt (1987)

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Era: Bad Tour 
Artist: Michael Jackson 
Year: 1987 
Manufacturer: Bill Whitten (designer) 
Size: Custom 
Country: Japan 


Black spandex shirt worn by Michael during the opening night of the BAD Tour held at the Korakuen Stadium in Tokyo, Japan (the first of fourteen shows). Custom designed by designer Bill Whitten.

Description by The Golden Closet:

The black collarless shirt is constructed of a shiny spandex fabric, with a high round neckline, a diagonal closure across the front of the chest. The neckline and front closure are both embellished by a row of large round silver rimmed black cabochons. The shirt is constructed to be worn like a bodysuit, with a piece of fabric attached to the lower back of the shirt that snaps to the lower front between the legs, to keep the shirt in place during Mr. Jackson’s dance movements while he was performing. The shirt was custom tailored for Mr. Jackson for his use on stage and is complete with the original Bill Whitten label sewn inside the neckline. Presented by The Golden Closet, your premier source for screen used wardrobe, props, and music entertainment memorabilia. 

Sold by Gotta Have It (Lot #4) for $30,138 at their 3/11/10 Rock & Roll Pop Culture Auction.  All screen captures are the property of their respective owners.

Est. Value: $30,138
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