Style Notes: Michael Jackson's Tunic Up for Auction; Kendall Jenner Unrecognizable in Marc Jacobs Ad

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Bonnie Pointer, Michael Jackson and LaToya Jackson

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Michael Jackson's Red Tunic from the 1981 AMAs Up for Auction [RR Auction]
A bedazzled red tunic worn by Michael Jackson at the 1981 American Music Awards is up for auction online at Boston-based auction house, RR Auction. The current bid stands at $6,600, however the piece is estimated to go for more than $100K. The tunic comes with a pair of gray silk trousers featuring a rhinestone stripe down outer the seam and a sewn-in label reading "Michael," which were custom made for the singer's big night. However, Jackson ultimately paired the tunic with jeans for the show.

Kendall Jenner, Cara Delevingne Pose for Marc Jacobs Fall 2016 Campaign [Instagram]
After launching her high-fashion career two years ago on the Marc Jacobs runway, Kendall Jenner has made her return to the brand — bleached brows and all. The model was nearly unrecognizable in the fall 2016 campaign, rocking crimped, voluminous hair and sky-high platform boots similar to the pair modeled by Lady Gaga on the runway last February. Joining her in the goth-inspired campaign are Missy Elliot, Cara Delevingne, Juno Temple, Marilyn Manson and Courtney Love.


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Superga x Target Is Coming Next Week [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
Target's latest collaboration is with beloved platform sneaker brand Superga. The collection will feature two styles, a hi-top and lo-top, each available in five colorways (including a stars and stripes pair, just in time for the July 4 holiday). The sneakers will be available in select Target stores and online on Monday (June 26), and are priced between $29 and $35. 

Paper Mag Uses Grindr to Cast NSFW Editorial [Paper Mag]
Paper Mag's editorial starring models found on Grindr, the gay social networking app, has arrived. The unusual casting call, which Paper Mag launched in the New York City area back in April, yielded plenty of attractive men — 22, to be exact. The models were photographed in black-and-white by Steven Klein and appear in the summer "Sexy" Issue, which stars Zayn Malik on the cover. Naturally, the photos are very NSFW.