Here’s The Lucky Person Who Bought The BTS “Life Goes On” Outfits At Auction
In March, Billboard announced that BTS had donated a set of outfits that the members wore in the “Life Goes On” music video for the Grammy Week Auction.
Although the final price for the auction is unknown, the person who was lucky enough to buy the outfits has been revealed!
On Instagram, 22-year-old Landon Annoni posted a picture of himself with the iconic outfits!
After posting the image, he quickly started gaining attention from fans, who were extremely jealous that he had managed to buy these priceless pieces.
In an interview with Vogue magazine, Annoni explained that he collects stage costumes worn by famous pop artists for a living!
Luckily, if fans were upset about missing out on buying the outfits, Annoni posted that he will showcase them in an upcoming exhibit at the Allentown Art Museum in Pennsylvania.
This guy bought the boys' Life Goes On, outfits from the auction. FYI if you live in PA, he will be doing an exhibition. Secondly, what was the first thing someone asked? "What does it smell like?" His answer, "That's creepy." Mmm… sounds like Karma.
— 🧈Lulu ⁷ᴺᵒ¹ ⟭⟬ BTS ⟬⟭ connected to 7G since ²⁰¹³ (@lsgrlr) April 26, 2021
Until that day, fans can take comfort in the fact that the outfits are in the hands of someone who knows how to take care of precious items!