NEWARK, N.J., Dec. 3 (UPI) -- A planned auction of late R&B crooner Luther Vandross' possessions reveals his taste for fine clothes and art.
Among the items for sale are wardrobe items and stage costumes, including Dolce & Gabbana fur pants, and red pants made of pony, the Newark (N.J.) Star-Ledger reported Sunday. And then there are the pink Versace snakeskin vest and purple Gucci snakeskin pants.
Lucky fans will also have the chance to snap up the singer's Cartier watches and diamond jewelry included in the catalog released by auctioneer Dawson & Nye.
Outside of wardrobe, Vandross also had fine taste in art and furnishings, the newspaper said. He owned a charcoal sketch by Picasso, Lalique glassware and animals, and art deco furniture.
More mundane items like Vandross' driver's license and high school class ring will also be on the block.