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    A Christina Aguilera Custom-Made Ensemble from the "MTV Mardi Gras" Television Special, 2003. Two pieces: the first a black leather vest, zip-up front, two side pockets, one red and white leather patch on left-side reads "X-Tina" and a smaller black one reads "72," attached "hoodie" zips open to create a "collar" on the back of vest which has a red, white, and blue star patch on either side, inside lined with red, blue, and mauve-colored cotton plaid, designer label reads "Agatha / New York City Custom Leather;" the second a pair of khaki pants adorned with a black leather waistband and various patches, buckles, stamps, and buttons (one is missing on a back pocket), open side zippers on either leg, designer label same as vest; worn by the singer onstage as she performed her song 'Fighter' (from her 2002 album 'Stripped') in New Orleans
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    Auction Dates
    December, 2012
    14th Friday
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