Posted on Tuesday, November 6, 2012
Julien’s Auctions, the world’s premier entertainment and music auction house announced its highly anticipated Icons & Idols Rock ‘n’ Roll Auction Event to take place at the Julien’s Auctions Beverly Hills Gallery on December 1st and 2nd, 2012.
Music enthusiasts, collectors and the curious will have the opportunity to bid on iconic music memorabilia dating back from the 30′s to modern day, including pieces worn or used by The Beatles, Elvis Presley, Bruce Springsteen, James Brown, Liberace, Aerosmith, Bon Jovi and Whitney Houston, among others.
The auction will include a spectacular collection of over 450 items and will provide collectors around the world the rare opportunity to take home a piece of the Rock ‘n’ Roll history.
In a a rare and remarkable offering seldom seen on the auction block, Lady Gaga’s personal and professional clothing will also be auctioned:
“Ecstasy” gown by Eddie Gavriilidis – the stunning piece Gaga wore while visiting 103.7 KAT in Omaha, embellished with over 50 individual laser cut tan and gold python leather pieces.
Clear rubber mask by Franc Fernandez you know from “Manifesto of Little Monsters”.
The bespoke sequin and rhinestone-embellished headpiece Franc Fernandez created for The Monster Ball Tour.
And Keko Hainswheeler mask, presented on Komakino Spring 2010 runway and worn by Gaga in the “Bad Romance” video.
The auction will include a spectacular collection of over 450 items and will provide collectors around the world the rare opportunity to take home a piece of Rock ‘n’ Roll history.
The auction will benefit several charities, including Music Rising, founded by U2’s legendary guitarist, the Edge, in 2005 to benefit musicians, students and choirs in the wake of the devastation caused by hurricane Katrina in the gulf coast region; The Milagro Foundation founded by Carlos Santana and his wife, Cindy Blackman Santana, to help underserved and vulnerable children, and Stand Up and Shout Cancer Fund, founded in memory of legendary vocalist, Ronnie James Dio.
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