In a spectacular moment for both pop culture enthusiasts and avid collectors, the iconic black-and-white leather jacket worn by the legendary Michael Jackson in a 1984 Pepsi commercial has recently found a new home, fetching an impressive $306,000 at auction.
The electrifying sale unfolded in London, where fans and collectors eagerly competed for a cherished piece of music history linked to the King of Pop.
This auction, hosting a diverse array of over 200 music memorabilia items, witnessed the spotlight on a George Michael jacket, an Amy Winehouse hairpiece and articles associated with David Bowie, Oasis, and The Beatles, all up for spirited bidding.
Worn by the singer in the first of a series of Pepsi commercials in 1984, the leather jacket became an emblematic part of Michael Jackson's legacy.
From Pepsi's perspective, the recent auction success of Michael Jackson's iconic black-and-white leather jacket is viewed as a triumphant moment in the brand's storied history.
The jacket serves as a powerful symbol of the dynamic synergy between music and the Pepsi brand.
This auction victory reaffirms the lasting impact of Pepsi's collaborations with legendary artists.
As fans and collectors passionately competed for this cherished piece of pop culture, Pepsi takes pride in its role as an integral part of the auction.
The King of Pop, known for his groundbreaking contributions to the music industry, tragically passed away at the age of 50 in 2009 due to cardiac arrest caused by "acute propofol intoxication."
Noteworthy among the auction's highlights was an Amy Winehouse beehive hairpiece from the 2007 music video "You Know I'm No Good," featured in her final album, "Back To Black."
This iconic piece fetched $22,900, slightly surpassing the estimated value.