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 MICHAEL JACKSON AND RICK PALLACK(FASHION DESIGNER) BACKSTAGE AT JACKSON’S CONCERT. 

Michael Jackson was a shining light of creativity, innovation, talent, compassion and graciousness, according to Rick Pallack, who designed some of the singer’s clothes.

‘I will miss Michael dearly,’ said Pallack, in a release. ‘He was a great humanitarian and philanthropist. My heart goes out to the entire Jackson family at this tragic time. He enriched the world with his music, fashion and entertainment.’

Pallack’s famous men’s clothing designs are featured in 2010 in the Grammy Museum for designing the white suit and accessories Michael Jackson wore on the cover of the Thriller album and the cover of the Billie Jean single. Jackson also wore a stylish Pallack tuxedo to the Thriller release party. 

   Pallack says he and Jackson both grew up and became teenage friends in Encino, a suburb of Los Angeles, around the same time. 

 SOME EXCLUSIVE DESIGN DRAWINGS HAVE BEEN ON DISPLAY IN THE EXHIBIT ON MICHAEL JACKSON’S STYLE AT THE LOS ANGELES GRAMMY MUSEUM AND IS THE ONLY PLACE ANY OF THESE HAVE BEEN DISPLAYED PUBLICLY. MANY OF THESE EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS HAVE NEVER BEEN PUBLICLY SEEN OR DISPLAYED. THESE ARE THE ONLY COSTUME DRAWINGS IN THE GRAMMY MUSEUM EXHIBIT. THE PLAQUE IN THE EXHIBIT READS AND CREDITS: ” DESIGNER RICK PALLACK…….HE DESIGNED SOME OF JACKSON’S MOST ICONIC LOOKS….” MANY OF THESE DESIGNS WERE CREATED FOR TOP SECRET PROJECTS JACKSON WAS WORKING ON. THE ORIGINALS HAVE NEVER BEEN SEEN BY ANYONE BUT PALLACK AND JACKSON, DESIGNER RICK PALLACK WAS ONE OF JACKSON’S LONG TIME DESIGNERS. THIS IS GREAT FASHION AND MUSIC HISTORY MEMORABILIA. THE ORIGINALS WERE DESIGNED IN 1991. 

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