BTS Auction Off Their Louis Vuitton Grammys Suits For a Cause, and J-Hope Throws in His Rings!
BTS wore Louis Vuitton to perform their Grammy-nominated hit "Dynamite" after being announced as brand ambassadors for the luxury label. The K-pop band went on to walk the menswear runway in Seoul and are now using their LV wardrobes as a reason to give back as part of the MusiCares Charity Relief Auction hosted by Julien's Auctions. Estimated to sell for between $30,000 to $50,000, the white, gold, orange, and black suits coordinated well with the similarly toned looks BTS wore on the red carpet and telecast that evening (pictured above).
You might remember that BTS participated in the MusiCares auction last year, too, offering up their pastel clothing from the "Dynamite" music video. But this time, BTS member J-Hope is reportedly topping off the donation with some jewelry — the three rings he wore during the Grammys — and these alone are expected to sell for $2,000 to $4,000! Ahead, you can reminisce about the magical Grammys performance and know that whoever wins big this time around will be supporting health services for those in the music community. As the relatively casual pastel looks ended up going for $162,500, we're expecting to see an even bigger number on Jan. 30, 2022, when the bids roll in for the Louis Vuitton separates.