Emmy, Golden Globe and Academy Award-winning actress Jane Fonda has apparently been cleaning out her closets. Come September 23rd, lucky bidders can get their hands on “a collection of fashion, art, jewelry, and personal items representing the life and career of the cinematic icon,” according to a release from Julien’s Auction, the house hosting the event in Los Angeles.
One of the priciest items from “Property from the Collection of Jane Fonda” is a one-of-a-kind Andy Warhol 1982 lithograph of the actress playing Barbarella (estimated to sell for $25,000-$30,000). There’s also the Yves Saint Laurent suit she wore to win the Oscar for “Klute” (estimated at: $6,000-$8,000); her 1991 wedding dress and engagement ring from her marriage to her third husband Ted Turner (each estimated at $2,000-$4,000); a signed script from “On Golden Pond” (estimated at: $800-$1,200) and her senior yearbook from 1955 (estimated at: $400-$600).
Along with collections of Atelier Versace garments, jewelry and folk and American fine art, you can also own something the star most likely sweat in — the striped leotard she wore on the cover of best-selling “Jane Fonda Workout book and album.” It may seem priceless to some, but can be snatched up for approximately $1,000-$2,000.