Pop legend Michael Jackson was in the process of designing his dream collection with French fashion designer Christian Audigier at the time of his death.
"I was working on merchandising with him and launching a new line of clothes, which was actually Jackson's dream," contactmusic.com quoted Audigier as saying.
The US-based designer, known for his Von Dutch and Ed Hardy collections, added that Jackson, who died after suffering a suspected cardiac arrest last week, was planning to bring some of his own distinctive style to the range.
"It was based on various types of merchandising on different products, also accessories. What he wanted from me was the T-shirts and the hoodies and the caps. And it was very kind of royalist - kind of a mix of the real Michael Jackson and his alter-ego as the King of Pop," he said.