If you’ve ever wanted to raid Naomi Judd‘s closets, now is your chance. The Beverly Hills auction firm Julien’s will help the “mother” half of the legendary Judds part with some of her treasures in November.
The collection includes many of Naomi’s custom stage clothes, including the ensemble she wore in the video for the Judds’ 1985 hit, “Love is Alive,” with the centerpiece being the vintage 1920’s radio she and Wynonna and Ashley used to listen to before they were famous. The auction also includes a signature red, white and blue guitar given to her by Buck Owens, as well as some Elvis items from her husband, Larry Strickland, who used to work with the King.
The items will be on display at Julien’s Auctions Beverly Hills from November 3-7, before bidding starts both online and in person on November 7&8. Naomi will donate part of the proceeds to Tuckers House, a charity that helps families with children with disabilities.
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