Leave it to Madonna to make a shocking statement on the red carpet or at a music concert. This blonde beauty has experimented with everything right from a punkish electric blonde pixie crop to Marilyn Monroe pin-curls.
Here’s taking a look at Madonna’s fashion legacy.
“People say I’m controversial,” Madonna had said in 2016. “But I think the most controversial thing I have ever done is to stick around.” That same year the blonde beauty was dressed as a clown for her Tears of a Clown show in Australia.
The Crucifixion style
She wore a Paul Gaultier to the red carpet of Met Gala 2018. She truly did look like a church goth queen.
The Marilyn Monroe look
Madonna took inspiration from her idol Marilyn Monroe and did justice to the look. She was dressed like Marilyn for her music video Material Girl.
Just like a Virgin
Madonna turned a bridal chic into a sexualized dress that was donned with white lace, rosary beads, and gloves for her Like A Virgin music video and performances; This outfit is now considered to be one of her most iconic looks.
This look served eternity. The most timeless look of Madonna for The 1990 music video for Vogue. The singer was dressed in sheer lace black top, diamond cuff bracelets and returned to a short blonde perm for the renowned music video.
Striking Yellow gown look
Just the exact moment where our jaws dropped. At the 1998 VH1 Fashion Awards, Madonna arrived wearing then-relatively unknown Belgian designer Olivier Theyskens. She rose the designer to fame after this moment.
Denim on Denim look
The double denim look back then was considered as a questionable statement to wear. But it’s Madonna. Of course, she pulled it off! The look was for her Ray of Light video in 1998.
Back to leotards, fishnets, and boots
When the queen of pop returned to the music scene in 2005 with her Abba-sampling hit Hung Up, she also went back to leotards, fishnets, and boots. She rocked the look with a colored leather jacket, oversized sunglasses, and curled caramel hair.
Dropping the Glamour Bomb
Madonna partnered with Stella McCartney to wear this star-studded pale blue satin gown, clearly proving that she can work timeless glamour just as well as anything else.
Ravishing red kimono look
Madonna collaborated with her favorite Jean-Paul Gaultier again in 2000 to wear this ravishing red kimono at the Grammy awards. She completed the look with dark hair, red eyeshadow, and red boot.