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 MJ rocking a Balmain giacca
MJ rocking a Balmain jacket
MJ does it again!!! Balmain, one of Paris' most distinguishable (and expensive) fashion houses finds inspiration from none other than the King of Pop. The military giacca (which MJ rocked in the 80s) has been reinterpreted da the French fashion house. Michael even began rocking Balmain fashions- giving his foca, guarnizione of approval before his untimely departure. Michael is even seen wearing Balmain jackets in the rockumentary, "This Is It". This was a fashion sposta that was decided da MJ and his stylist Rushka Bergman. Now it appears that many celebritàs are "rocking" Balmain as well. MJ wasn't called...
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posted by Hyatts
First off me and michael both grew up in indianapolis indiana. We both had bad childhoods. we both have brown eyes. we are both shy and sensetive. We both Amore to sing and entertain people. Me and mj both Amore kids and yes i do want kids in the future. Michael was easily embarresed and so am I. I fully support mj and all of his fans. He is so cute and funny. I can be funny at times. We both don't like to be judged. We both Amore animali and respect nature.

I have brown hair michael has black hair. MJ grew up in gary indiana i am in marion county indiana. I am not famous but mj was very famous. MJ Lost his whole childhood and i only Lost 5 years of mine. I don't let things get to me and mj does. I have mixed parents and mj's mom and dad were black. I go to school all the time and mj had a tutor. THE END Amore te mj king of pop.
posted by aitypw
Phillip Bloch detto "Michael Jackson was not influenced da fashion, fashion was influenced da him." From early on Jackson was described as a person with an utterly unique sense of style wearing fringed shirts, platform heels, and wide bell-bottom pants with a “Huggy Bear” inspired hat to superiore, in alto off his look. During Off The Wall, he would update his style wearing tuxedo jackets, pegged pants, thick white socks with black shiny loafers, instantly giving a classic look, new flair, and originality bringing in the start of his iconoclastic style. During the Thriller era, Jackson would become a fashion...
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posted by liberiangirl_mj
There were the black loafers, the spangled glove, the red jacket, the aviator sunglasses, the black fedora, the epaulets, the tassels, the sparkles, the errant curl. Crazed fan o not, it’s hard (if not impossible) to argue that Michael Jackson’s influence on fashion has not been tremendous, pervasive, and, at times, downright irritating. He’d been making headlines for decades for his career moves and his curious personal life–and no doubt his recently sold-out tour–but with his passing on Thursday, we simply want to honor his dedication to the weird and the wild in the world of fashion,...
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posted by liberiangirl_mj
Say what te will about the King of Pop, the influence that Michael Jackson has had over the collective fashion conscious throughout his 50 years is undeniable. As the Musica legend dies, age 50, in Los Angeles, we take a look at his inimitable, legendary style.

As a fashion pioneer, Jackson was the man who gave new meaning to moonwalking, immortalised solitary, sparkly gloves, initiated the trophy giacca trend in the Eighties and was Ribelle - The Brave enough to couple dress with Madonna on the red carpet.
posted by liberiangirl_mj
Michael Jackson was più than the greatest musical legend of any recente generation; he was a fashion icon. He became known da one single accessory: the glove. And back in the day, that infamous red giacca was worn da many an older brother during their break-dancing phases. (And, if memories serve us, da Theodore Huxtable on The Cosby Show.) In later years, the military jackets and face masks would become his staples. Recently, Jackson became noted da the fashionable powers that be for his Amore of Balmain; the embellished jackets and grand price tag were just up his alley. He also signed on to do a fashion line with Christian Audigier, something that never came to fruition. So, as we mourn the loss of the King of Pop, let us look back at the King of Style.
posted by liberiangirl_mj
There's no doubt about it, Musica legend Michael Jackson was the King of Pop in più ways than one. The outfits worn since the young age of 9 did exactly what his well-deserved moniker suggests-- "pop". Since the late '70s, Jackson put as much as emphasis into his carefully selected wardrobe as he did into his Musica and dance moves. Even until his last days on earth, Jackson never failed to deliver an endless parade of "shine" to remind te he was the biggest pop stella, star on the planet--there was always a careful mix of sequins, glitter, Lurex, studs, metallic added for standout style. Before hip-hop's...
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