Destiny’s Child was one of the most popular musical trios of the 90s. Their iconic stage outfits are going to be auctioned off at Julien’s Auction, with some of the donations going to MusiCares. MusiCares helps musicians impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The outfits include the trio’s custom-made golden leather fit from their performance of “Survivor” on the VH1 television tribute to Diana Ross in 2000, custom-made magenta fringed suede costumes they wore when they performed at the BET Awards show, and their metallic red and silver leather jumpsuit that featured in their “Independent Women Part 1” music video, among others.
Darren Julien, President/Chief Executive Officer of Julien’s Auctions wishes to commemorate Women’s History Month with these auction that represents much more than just clothes.
“Julien’s Auctions salutes these extraordinary women and their breathtaking achievements by offering these iconic pieces from their groundbreaking music careers and their history making contributions to culture and society, From Destiny’s Child to Cher, these highly collectible pieces shaped not only pop culture but also the narrative about female empowerment and the elevation of women in the world.”
The public will get to see these outfits for free at an exhibition from Monday, June 7 to June 9 at Julien’s Auctions storefront in Beverly Hills. The special music-centered auction will go on for three days between June 11-13. If you wish to enter your bid for these outfits, you can do so here.