Over 1,000 items from the Preeminent Music Icon’s Influential and Record Breaking Four Decade Plus Legacy including: Her Epochal Rhythm Nation Tour Jacket with 1814 Metal Plaque Cap and Gloves, Black “Control” and “Nasty” Tour Performance Jacket, Key Earring, Iconic Music Video Costumes such as “When I Think of You,” “That’s the Way Loves Goes,” “If”, “Alright,” “Together Again,” “Love Will Never Do,” “Runaway” “Got Till It’s Gone,” and “Scream”, “Rock & Roll Hall of Fame” Award Acceptance Outfit and More to Rock Three Day Auction Event Held on Janet Jackson’s Birthday Weekend

Janet Jackson – one of the biggest-selling musical artists of all time, having sold over 192 million records worldwide; Grammy Award winner; discerning empathic songwriter; producer; actor; Number One New York Times Best Selling Author; Academy Award / Golden Globe / Emmy nominee; Philanthropist – lends her esteemed legacy to this three-day auction extravaganza taking place on Jackson’s birthday weekend Friday, May 14th, Saturday, May 15th and Sunday, May 16th, 2021 live in Beverly Hills and online at www.juliensauctions.com.
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.

Over 1,000 illustrious items owned by one of the world’s most celebrated and accomplished creative forces will be presented by Julien’s Auctions in this one-time only special event. Highlights include: her historical music video attire such as the black cropped wrap military-style “Rhythm Nation Jacket” from Jackson’s career defining 1989 award-winning musical film-short worn on her record breaking 1990 Rhythm Nation World Tour together with a black “1814” cap and black satin gloves with metal plaque decoration; her Richard Tyler black coat stage worn while performing “Nasty” and “Control” on her 1990 Rhythm Nation World Tour; Jackson’s entire 1995 “Scream” music video worn ensembles including her Helen Storey designed floor-length metallic silver coat with lambskin shearling lining, cuffs, and collar; her black circular “bubble” textured fabric long- sleeve shirt, black patent leather pants, and black patent leather over-the-ankle boots; her white long-sleeve shirt covered with circular gathered puckers, white faux leather pants, and off-white faux leather bikini top; and her black furry jacket together with a silver furry cropped jacket made for Jackson to wear in the video; her iconic single silver-tone hoop earring suspending a key worn on her 1990 Rhythm Nation Tour and at the 1987 Soul Train Awards; her 1986 “When I Think of You” music video ensemble consisting of a black blue and gold trimmed bustier with two attached pins and gold-tone chains, her black embroidered jacket with heavy shoulder pads and dangling charms, black pants, black mesh with gold polka dot wrap skirt and a pair of black suede western-style booties with custom insoles including her handmade wire mesh cuff bracelet with attached charms; her black suede cropped vest and a pair of black suede bell-bottomed pants worn in her 1993 “That’s the Way Love Goes” music video; her black suede cropped top with white bone-like decorations and black western pants, worn in her 1993 “If” music video; her black bustier cropped top and a pair of ripped blue denim jeans worn in 1989’s “Love Will Never Do (Without You)” music video; Jackson’s 17th century French inspired “If” ensemble worn on her 1993-1995 Janet World Tour; her white “MTV Icon: Janet Jackson” performance costume; Jackson’s 2001 “All for You” music video ensemble consisting of a purple mesh sequined sleeveless top, a white cropped top with cutout squares and a pair of Levi’s denim jeans with hanging chain accessory; a black and white pinstripe suit jacket worn by Jackson throughout her 1989 “Alright” music video and her “Alright” yellow two-piece suit with thick shoulder pads and a red and yellow polka dotted scarf sewn into the left pocket worn while performing on 1994’s The Jackson Family Honors TV special and janet. tour; a Thierry Mugler black button-down jacket worn by Janet Jackson while performing “Control” at the 14th Annual American Music Awards in 1987 where she received two awards for Favorite Soul/R&B song (“Nasty”) and Favorite Soul/R&B Female Video Artist; an ivory sleeveless Liza Bruce bodysuit worn with an ivory tiered Callaghan ruffle skirt with attached sash belt and a pair of low embroidered Sacha London heels, worn during her 1991 secret wedding to Rene Elizondo; her 1995 “Runaway” music video ensemble consisting of a black cropped sleeveless top with shell decoration, distressed sunglasses, a single long silver- tone earring that leads by chain to the nose, and a key pendant; her “Together Again” music video ensemble comprising a neon green and red mesh tank top worn beneath a long- sleeve orange-red mesh shirt, gray trousers, an orange-red scarf, and a burnt orange fabric accessory and a silver-toned choker necklace worn also in the video; her spectacular and whimsical 1998-1999 Velvet Rope Tour ensembles and grand custom made headpieces; her black and brown swirl halter cropped top, a floor-length brown patterned skirt, a brown leather jacket, and a pair of brown and tan wedges, worn in her 1997 Grammy award-winning music video “Got Till It’s Gone;” her sensational floor-length black dress with high slits and flared sleeves with black and orange-brown feathers, leather opera gloves and custom Andre #1 black high-heeled platform boots worn to her induction ceremony into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2019; a peach and pink long-sleeve floor-length ruffled and tulle gown with sequin floral patterns and colorful tulle skirt with matching pink hat Jackson wore on stage at the 1977 American Music Awards, when she was 10 years old and a Russ Girl blue and white tracksuit worn by Jackson as a child and more. Plus, outfits from her live television performances and prototypical fashion defining red carpet ensembles worn by The Queen of Pop to prestigious events such as The Oscars, Met Gala, NAACP Image Awards, designed exclusively with premiere couture fashion houses including Armani, Versace, Louboutin and many more as well as her multi-platinum record awards, fine jewelry, accessories, furniture, tour jackets, road cases, drawings, and many other items from her personal collection.

Free to the Public Exhibition Dates: May 10-14, 2021 (11am-5pm PT)

Beverly Hills: Julien’s Auctions, 257 N. Canon Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90210
Monday, May 10-Friday, May 14, 2021 (11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. PT)

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