Michael Jackson's Costume Designer Releases New Book, The King of Style

Growing up among the cornfields of Ohio, Michael Bush never dreamed of becoming a fashion designer. He learned to sew from his mother and grandmother, but it was a chore then, not a passion. “It was getting the Butterick pattern and following the instruction sheet,” he says. Yet Bush went on to create some of the most iconic clothing in the world — pearl-frosted military jackets, glittering armbands, and rhinestone-encrusted socks.

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