BTS’s “Dynamite” Outfits Sell For $162,500 To Benefit MusiCares Charity Relief Auction

Congrats to the winner!

Recently, BTS’s “Dynamite” music video outfits were donated to a charity auction run by the Recording Academy, in order to provide health and financial resources to those in need.

| Julien’s Auctions

Julien’s Auctions directed the bids for these outfits, stating that they would go for at least $20,000 to $40,000 USD. After the lot closed on January 31, the winning bid ended up being $162,500 USD!

All proceeds from this auction will be donated to benefit MusiCares, a charity relief auction created by the Recording Academy.

Below is the list of the complete ensembles that were sold for this auction.

For RM, he wore a yellow T-shirt; yellow button-down shirt; yellow shorts; yellow Kangol hat; and Nike Air Jordan PRS sneakers, size 10.

For Jimin, he wore a lavender T-shirt with French words embroidered on the front with “Lo Corso Como Seoul” and “Jacquemus” labels; lavender button-down shirt by Areuban, size M; lavender sweat pants by Supreme; and multi-colored high-top Nike Air sneakers, size 11 1/2.

For V, he wore a blue sweater from Solid Homme, size 50; blue sweat pants with “BTS” label and “V”; blue Kangol cap; and blue Converse All-Star sneakers, size 9 1/2.

For Jungkook, he wore a blue T-shirt by Beaker; blue button-down shirt; blue sweat pants with “BTS” label and “Jungkook”; and blue Paul Smith sneakers.

For J-Hope, he wore two pink polo shirts by Polo Ralph Lauren; pink shorts; and custom Nike Air sneakers, one in blue and one in pink, with heart-shaped appliques.

For SUGA, he wore a yellow T-shirt by Carhartt; yellow button-down shirt; yellow trousers with an “E. Tautz Savile Row London” label; and custom Nike Air Jordan sneakers.

For Jin, he wore a pink T-shirt by Katharine Hamnett; pink button-down shirt by Levi’s; pink trousers; and custom Nike Air sneakers in pastel colors with heart-shaped appliques.

BTS has previously donated their microphones last year, which sold for $83,200 USD!

“Dynamite” is BTS’s first number-one single in the United States, with the video premiere garnering over 3 million concurrent viewers.