A yellow hat with red trim and red striped hat band worn by Janet Jackson while performing “Alright” on The Jackson Family Honors television special that aired on February 22, 1994, and was filmed at the MGM Garden Arena in Las Vegas. Jackson also wears the hat while performing the same song on her 1993-1995 janet. Tour. The hat has a Queen of Hearts and Ace of Hearts playing card sticking out of the hat band and a Constance Jolcuvar ’93 label inside. Stored in a hat box.
A yellow two-piece suit worn by Jacket Jackson while performing “Alright” on The Jackson Family Honors TV Special that aired on February 22, 1994, and was filmed at the MGM Garden Arena in Las Vegas; as well as her 1993-1995 janet. tour. The jacket has thick shoulder pads and a red and yellow polka dotted scarf sewn into the left pocket. Pants, size 34; no other labels present. The song was a Number One song. The ensemble is stored in an archival garment storage box.
Julien’s Auctions is proud to present “Iconic Treasures From The Legendary Career And Life of Janet Jackson”, an auction taking place in Beverly Hills and live online at Julien’s Live on Friday, May 14th, Saturday, May 15th and Sunday, May 16th.
“Iconic Treasures From The Legendary Career And Life of Janet Jackson” honors The Queen of Pop and her ground breaking four decade career that changed music forever and opened the door for an entire generation of music icons who followed her extraordinary path.
Over 1,000 of Janet Jackson’s most spectacular music video, tour and television performance worn costumes and ensembles, red carpet appearance gowns as well as personal items and accessories owned and used by the five-time Grammy award-winning singer/songwriter/producer/dancer/actress/ author and one of the best-selling musical artists of all time, who has sold over 192 million records worldwide, headlines this three-day auction extravaganza taking place on Jackson’s birthday weekend Friday, May 14th, Saturday, May 15th and Sunday, May 16th, 2021.
A portion of the proceeds from the auction will benefit Compassion International, a global child-advocacy ministry that partners with churches around the world to release children from spiritual, economic, social, and physical poverty.