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Worn to be Wild: The Black Leather Jacket
A dynamic exhibit that traces the path of the leather motorcycle jacket
12/1/2012 10:00 AM




Exhibition opened October 20, 2012

Harley-Davidson Museum® in partnership with EMP Museum present a dynamic exhibit that traces the path of the leather motorcycle jacket from functional garment to universally recognized symbol of cool rebellion.

Dozens of garments and related artifacts such as iconic Harley Davidson motorcycles will be on display, from early military jackets, famous Hollywood costumes, and leather jackets worn by stars like Elvis Presley, to haute couture by Jean Paul Gaultier and Gianni Versace.



Teens can see this for $5.00 with a Teen Tix passTeenagers can get $5.00 tickets to this event. More info...


 


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