King of Style
Michael Jackson was not only the King of Pop; in many ways he was also the King of Style. From the very beginning of his career, Michael had a very particular sense of style that, at times, only he could pull off. In fact, he popularized many fashion items that would go on to become huge trends throughout his career. On June 25th it will be 5 years since he passed away, and as a tribute to his legendary fashion, we have broken down his ultimate fashion trademarks with some amazing facts about each one. So “shamone” and take a look into Michael Jackson’s wardrobe!
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Do You Remember The Time…
In 1983 Michael performed his hit single ‘Billie Jean’ at the Motown 25 event and the performance instantly became legendary. Not only did he debut his famous moonwalk during the show, he also introduced his single, white rhinestone glove to the world.
Something you might not have known about that night: during the performance, Michael tossed his sequin jacket to a fan in the audience. Apparently, somebody then grabbed the jacket and stole it from the fan. Michael saw this however, and sent his bodyguards to retrieve the jacket. Later, he personally returned the jacket to the fan backstage.
Slave to the Rhythm
At the Billboard Awards this year, Jackson was briefly resurrected again for a mind-blowing performance. A hologram Michael Jackson was shown dancing and singing to ‘Slave To The Rhythm’, a new song from his posthumous album Xscape, released this May. We were amazed by the awesome technology, and thrilled to see a glimpse of the King of Pop once again. In case you missed it, see the special performance in the video below:
So, in the spirit of the King of Pop, Shake Your Body (Down to the Ground) and Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough with this ultimate Michael Jackson playlist!
Which ultimate fashion item of Michael Jackson’s is your favourite? Let us know using the hashtag #KingofStyle