Janet Jackson is launching a charity sale of vintage items from her personal collection


It’s all for you!” On the heels of its record-breaking documentary premiere event JANET JACKSON. on Lifetime and A&E and to celebrate the 40th anniversary of her debut studio album, Janet Jackson (1982), Queen of Pop Janet Jackson collaborated with luxury retailer The RealReal to open her safe and extend the life of some of his coveted tour merchandise.

Shop “The Janet Jackson Archive” collection here.

Just in time for Black History Month, fans will have the chance to own vintage and rare concert merchandise from Janet. (1993–1995), The Velvet Rope (1998–1999), All For You (2001–2002), and Rock Witchu (2008) toured with proceeds going to the nonprofit Girls Leadership, an organization which teaches girls to exercise the power of their voice through programs based on social and emotional learning. 100% of the artist’s (Ms. Jackson) proceeds from this initiative will benefit Girls Leadership, and The RealReal will also donate $10,000 to the organization.

Janet says, “The sooner we can teach our daughters to speak up and stand up for each other and what they believe in, the better off they’ll be in their position as they get older,” Jackson says. “Women need more support from day one and that starts when we are younger. We owe it to the younger generation to teach them, so that they make fewer mistakes than us.

To view Janet Jackson’s archive collection, please click here.

After five years in the making, the five-time Grammy Award winner has shared her personal story in an all-new two-night original documentary event, No Limits, JANET JACKSON. which premiered Friday, January 28 at 8/7c and ended Saturday, January 29 at 8/7c simultaneously on Lifetime and A&E to a combined audience of over 15.7 million across broadcast and streaming. Janet and her brother/manager Randy Jackson are the executive producers of the project.


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