Get ready to dive into the glamorous world of Prince’s fashion as an exclusive online auction is set to make every fan’s dream come true. The late musical legend’s extravagant wardrobe is up for grabs, giving you the chance to own a piece of his stylistic magic.
Curated by a passionate French collector, this collection boasts over 200 lots, initially intended for a museum dedicated to celebrating Prince’s influence. However, plans changed, and now, thanks to RR Auction of Boston, you can bid on these unique pieces that tell the tale of Prince’s evolution in both music and fashion.
One showstopper in the auction is the iconic white ruffled shirt worn by Prince during his legendary 1985 American Music Awards performance of “Purple Rain.” The estimated value? A cool $15,000. Picture owning a piece of history that embodies the very essence of Prince’s fashion flair.
Bobby Livingston of RR Auction emphasizes how this collection beautifully traces Prince’s journey from the “Purple Rain” era to his final days. It’s a visual feast that showcases not just his musical virtuosity but also his undeniable impact as a fashion icon.
Stepping into the bidding arena, you’ll find treasures like the outfit Prince donned in his 1986 directorial debut, “Under the Cherry Moon,” valued at a jaw-dropping $45,000. Fancy strutting your stuff in the same high-heeled blue boots from the Act I Tour? They could be yours for $20,000. And how about a custom-made gold stage outfit adorned with love symbols? A steal at $10,000.
But it’s not just about the clothes. This auction delves into Prince’s world with original Polaroid photographs, master tapes of hit albums, and official documentation from his films and music videos. It’s a holistic journey through the life of a musical and fashion icon.
Don’t miss out on the chance to bring home a piece of Prince’s legacy. Bid now before the auction closes on Thursday. As a tribute to the Purple One, Minnesota even renamed a stretch of highway after him this year, proving that Prince’s influence, just like his favorite color, remains indelible.