We love Madonna and her goth-esque approach on this years MET Gala 2018 “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination.”
Madonna took it back to the 80s with her look and we are loving it. Read on why we still can’t get enough of the divine M…
Madge is doing the most dress all in black her Black Jean Paul Gaultier couture fashion statement. If this look doesn’t scream Catholictism, we don’t know what does, except Rihanna’s Pope inspired custom Maison Margiela by John Galliano.
Anyways, many critics weighed in on the original fashionistaa and her black Gaultier couture fashion. Apparently they just didn’t get it.
Madonna still stayed one step ahead of the crowd at the MET Gala because she has been doing all these looks over the years. Basically, M kept true to original Desperately Seeking Susan looks from back in the day.
If you love Madonna like we have then you know that she has always leaned to dressing in black with a goth feel. She’s an 80s girl, and that is part of what the 80s embraced, but you had to be there to get it.
Anyways, Madonna made a statement in black unlike everyone else who went over the top. The divine M, Madonna who is the Queen superior in everyway, because she started this look back in the 80s with her “Like A Virgin” video and continued this theme throughout her career. She came in goth-esque Catholic fashion, touching on many paintings of religious women portrayed back in the mid century.
What he outfit dressed in Black represents death and mourning. Madonna said, “I am Here to Serve 👑👑👑👑” with her look also represents women of the time. Dressing in black is used only on Good Friday and Holy Saturday before the Easter Vigil, with no other decorations or colors. #Bravo Madonna.
She also is giving you a look inside the event: