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BOSS x Michael Jackson Capsule Collection

fashion & styletrends

13 November 2018



HUGO BOSS will sponsor the "Michael Jackson: On the Wall" exhibition from 23 November 2018 to 4 February 2019 at the Grand Palais in Paris.

This major exhibition follows that of the National Portrait Gallery in London, of which HUGO BOSS was also a partner, and which is the first to explore Michael Jackson's influence on contemporary art.

This partnership also highlights the strong and often unrecognized link that unites

HUGO BOSS and Michael Jackson since 1982 and "Thriller"

The artist wore a BOSS white suit on the best-selling album of all time.

The photograph of the cover immortalized by photographer Dick Zimmerman will travel around the world and become as mythical as the artist.

In partnership with the Estate of Michael Jackson and to celebrate the birthday of the King of Pop, BOSS, leader of men's ready-to-wear will launch in France on 23 November 2018 a capsule collection.

This one offers a reissue of the emblematic white suit BOSS worn by Michael Jackson on the cover of the album "Thriller".

An unpublished collection that will be published in 100 copies worldwide!

The original model now exhibited at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles heralds the beginning of the "Michael Jackson" style and will forever mark the collective spirit of the 80s with its laid-back dandy pose.

Exhibition "Michael Jackson: On the Wall"

"Michael Jackson: On the Wall" brings together the works of more than 40 artists, from public and private collections around the world but also made especially for the occasion. This exhibition not only highlights why so many artists were inspired by Michael Jackson, but also the influence that the king of pop continues to exert in the collective imagination as a major cultural figure.

The selection will include works by the most important contemporary artists as well as emerging artists.

Such as Rita Ackerman, Dara Birnbaum, Candice Breitz, Mark Flood, Isa Genzken, Gary Hume, David LaChapelle, Paul MacCarthy, Catherine Opie, Andy Warhol, ....