This blue jacket (.1) and Hammer pants (.2) were worn by the rapper and dancer MC Hammer in the 1988 music video for his song "They Put Me in the Mix."
(.1): Blue cropped jacket with full-length sleeves. The jacket is made of a bright blue synthetic fabric and has a notched collar. The front of the jacket has an open front style with a single button closure at the bottom center front. The large circular gold button has a raised design of an eagle holding an anchor surrounded by stars, and is attached with the eagle upside down. The button closes around a loop on the proper left front made from the blue fabric. The sleeves are wide at the shoulder and taper toward the wrist. The jacket is fully lined with a white synthetic fabric. There are thick shoulder pads attached between the facing and lining fabric.
(.2): Blue Hammer style pants with black waistband. The pants are made of the same blue synthetic fabric as the jacket. The legs are wide-legged with a slight taper toward the hem, ending at the ankle. A gusset is sewn between the legs to make the crotch loose and baggy. The blue fabric is gathered at the top and joined to a wide black elastic waistband, which is seamed at the center back. The pant legs are hemmed with black thread. The pants are not lined.
This costume was worn by dancer Edith Lynn Pickens on the television show Soul Train in the 1970s. The outfit is comprised of three (3) pieces, a blue and floral print crop top (.1), a pair of white bell bottom pants (.2) ,and a blue leather belt (.3).
A costume bodysuit worn by an unidentified man for the En Vogue music video “My Lovin’ (You’re Never Gonna Get It)” (1992). This is a full bodysuit made of a stretchy, silver metallic fabric. The suit fully covers the wearer's head, hands and feet. Like a glove, individual fingers and toes are covered by the material. Black zipper closures are attached at the center back, at the center back head, and at the center back heel of both legs.