George Michael Memorabilia Stage worn Armani suit
Giorgio Armani suit custom made for George Michael. This silver suit was worn by George Michael during his 25 Live World Tour and George can be seen wearing this suit on the concert posters for the gigs. The inside of the suit has some nice detail including a label which reads “Giorgio Armani for George Michael” also the shirt is not a real shirt, it is just consists of a color and chest which is sown into the jacket, this was done so George could quickly change out of the suit while performing live. This is a very rare and unique piece of George Michael memorabilia.
George Michael stage worn Theirry Mugler jacket
George Michael Performing live on stage at New Yorks Madison Square Garden October 1991. This performance was part of George’s “Cover to Cover” tour.
George can be seen wearing an organge custom made Theirry Mugler jacket.
George Michael “Spinning The Wheel” video worn coat
“Spinning The Wheel” – In the video for this song George Michael wore a stunning velvet Versace coat, complementing the jazzy style of the song. George donated this coat to a charity auction back in the 90’s. The song reached no.2 in the UK charts, beating off by no other than the Spice Girls “Wannabe”.
George Michael “I Want Your Sex” video worn JPG jacket
“I Want Your Sex” George Michael released this hit in 1986 and it was banned by the BBC due to it being too raunchy. In the video George is wearing a Jean Paul Gaultier custom made jacket. www.georgemichael.com
George Michael “The Grave” live on Top Of The Pops
The Grave – George Michael performed a song called The Grave live on Top of the Pops in 2003. He wore a beautiful Armani leather jacket which is part of the Pop Icons collection of George’s personally owned and worn costumes.
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