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Michael Jackson-inspired pieces removed from Louis Vuitton collection

By Morwenna Ferrier

Fashion house claims it was unaware of Leaving Neverland documentary at time of its autumn/winter 2019 show

Two months after showing an autumn/winter 2019 collection inspired by Michael Jackson, the French fashion house Louis Vuitton has said it will no longer produce any of the pieces that directly reference the performer after allegations of child sexual abuse in the HBO documentary, Leaving Neverland.

The January menswear show, which took place just over a week before the documentary’s premiere at Sundance, featured several pieces that paid homage to the performer that were then intended to go on sale in the summer. These include a pleated shendyt similar to that worn by Jackson in the Remember the Time video; a collection of flag-print pieces inspired by We are the World; a jumper, hoodie and a shirt and trousers with cartoon figures from The Wiz, the 1978 all-black musical version that starred Jackson; a T-shirt printed with an image of the singer’s loafers and socks; and a jacket based on the three-zip red version worn by Jackson in the video for Beat It.

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Via:: https://www.theguardian.com/fashion/2019/mar/15/michael-jackson-inspired-pieces-removed-from-louis-vuitton-collection