Grammy-nominated K-Pop band BTS not only produced our favorite hit songs and the most amazing dance performances. They also help in humanitarian issues, raising funds to help people in the music industry whose lives have been affected by the COVID-19. Scroll down as we reveal the awesome bidding on their pastel ensembles worn in the music video “Dynamite” that they donated to Julien's Auctions MusiCares charity relief auction!
BTS members Jimin, RM, Jin, SUGA, j-hope, Jung Kook, and V generously donated their iconic outfits, accessories, and shoes to MusiCares auction. All profits will benefit people in the music industry that are suffering in these times of need due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Can you believe that the pastel costumes that they wore in the Grammy Award-nominated music video “Dynamite” have been bought for a fantastic $162,500!
The auction house revealed that renowned Japanese art collector Yusaku Maezawa and YouTuber star Hikakin were the lucky buyers.
The charity organization MusiCares is incredibly pleased and thankful to BTS. These exclusive ensembles marked the very first time that the seven-member band has donated clothes for an auction.
Julien’s Auction also received memorabilia from other famous artists such as Billie Eilish, her music collaborator Finneas and British actor Daniel Craig. They donated a signed single cover lithograph of the Bond theme “No Time to Die.”
A mixed media, acrylic, and spray paint on canvas painting of Chris Martin performing live with Coldplay by Billy Morrison sold for $25,600!