Las Vegas News, Andre Van Pier, Michael Jackson Iconic Stage Collectibles, Couture Museum, Sotheby's "King of Pop's and Rock Super Stars like Bono, Madonna, Mick Jagger, Bowie, Beyonce, Cher and Tom Jones stage worn couture earmarked for The Ultra High Tech "Andre Van Pier American Couture Museum.
News-Antique.com - Jun 23,2007 - ANDRE VAN PIER, CREATOR OF MICHAEL JACKSON,
ELVIS, PRINCE BONO AND MARILYN MONROE ROBOT THEMED ENTERTAINMENT COMPLEXES SEEKS TO TRANSFORM LAS VEGAS INTO THE CITY OF THE FUTURE
King of Pop's and Rock Super Stars like Bono, Madonna, Mick Jagger, Bowie, Beyonce, Cher and Tom Jones stage worn couture earmarked for The Ultra High Tech "Andre Van Pier American Couture Museum.
Appearing at a press conference at Planet Hollywood, celebrity designer Andre Van Pier, whose awe inspiring haute couture has graced the cover of every major fashion magazines from Vanity Fair to Vogue and Harper's Bazaar, announced his proposal to build a towering 60-foot Michael Jackson superhero musical robot and entertainment complex in the desert sands to enhance the King of Pop's show business comeback in Las Vegas.
The celebrity designer's "Vision of the Future" concept is set to transform Las Vegas landscape into the ultimate world's key destination entertainment and Tourism Mecca where technology triumphs.
Las Vegas, best known for its spectacular neon signs advertising gambling casinos along the world famous strip, is about to take a giant leap into the future with 60-foot gigantic robots casino row, slot machines that are played like a piano and hotels with supersonic auto taxis of the future, solar domes and robot maids, advanced technology futuristic guest rooms with oxygen climate control and all the comfort and luxury never seen before. Revolutionary high tech decor with a complementary state of the art bath and body grooming spa resort ultra luxurious and heavenly beautification products to turn back the hands of time according to Van Pier. His cutting edge emerging new highly sophisticated technologies that are the core of his creative consulting firm that hopes to turn Las Vegas into a city beyond your wildest imagination, even by Las Vegas' standards.
The giant robot proposed for Michael Jackson is not the only robot presently on Luckman Van Pier's drawing boards specifically designed to appeal to tourists in major cities of the world. Van Pier is currently working on a proposal for a remarkable 60-foot tall Elvis Presley musical robot that would be an excellent symbol for Las Vegas, Graceland or Hawaii. The consultan firm has other proposals for a similar colossal musical robot honoring Prince and a 60-foot tall musical female robot billed as the Queen of Las Vegas non other than Legendary Marilyn Monroe.
The robotics entertainment blitz will be multimedia giants designed to guard the entrance of robot themed casino hotels that will have robot maids in each room and transport guests in space capsules.
Van Pier's colleague in the unprecedented new entertainment concept Michael C. Luckman, the New York public relations wizard and communications strategist. Luckman helped launch Gotta Have It! Collectibles, the New York company that purchased Marilyn Monroe's "Happy Birthday Mr. President" gown worn for President John F. Kennedy for a record breaking $1.2 million dollars and worked closely in association with Sotheby's Auction House.
Van Pier's Planet Hollywood press conference showcased several of Michael Jackson's trademark costumes