Hugo Boss X Michael Jackson Thriller Suit

Sep 4, 2018

Category: Style

Although Michael Jackson had a troubled personal life, there is no denying that he was a juggernaut in the world of music with over a dozen Grammys and a plethora of hit songs that sparked the fire of many talented artists who came after him. Now you have the chance to wear MJ’s iconic white suit that he rocked on the cover of Thriller, the best-selling album of all time, thanks to Hugo Boss.

To celebrate the King of Pop’s 60th birthday, Hugo Boss created a new edition of the legendary white suit that Michael Jackson picked out to wear for the cover of his 1982 game-changing album Thriller. The silhouette, fabric, and details of the original suit were referenced to make the limited edition release. With a narrower profile, the suit is updated for a more modern fit, but it still has two pleats on the pants and three mother-of-pearl buttons on the jacket cuffs. There are only 100 individually numbered suits, so you should act fast if you want to moonwalk away with one.

Purchase: $1,195

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