Madonna's Legendary Costumes To Go On Display

09/01/2008 at 06:00 AM ET


From the iconic pink “Material Girl” video dress to the Jean Paul Gaultier cone bustier, over 300 of Madonna’s most personal items will go on display for a month at London’s Old Truman Brewery. In one of the biggest collections ever, fans will be able to see an array of clothing, photographs, film props, costumes and more. Some of the most memorable items will include Madonna’s gold tassled bustier, her League of Their Own baseball outfit and Evita wedding dress. The exhibition, “Simply Madonna,” which will celebrate the star’s 25-year career, will kick off Febraury 21st and end March 22nd. If you can’t wait or won’t make it to London, check out our 50 unforgetable Madonna looks. Tell us: What is your favorite Madonna look?

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pamela on

Sick to death of this old has been!

Jonathan on

A lot of Madonna’s old looks and clothes seem awesome, but I don’t have a favorite look or preference, I like all of them!

catherine on

i love Madonna, but her fashion sense has gotten worse


Sick of her and her poor taste in fashion and style.

Dana on

Who are Madonna’s fans anyway? My friends and I are in the same age group as Madonna and have never purchased or enjoyed her music. Our daughters, late teens and early twenties are not fans, either. Her voice is so repelling…not to mention her videos that I cannot not watch for more than 5 seconds.

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