Sixty years ago Madonna came into our lives like a prayer. We'll always be crazy for you and we cherish our lucky stars that you'll forever be our girl. Take a bow on your birthday material girl. You'll forever be in vogue.
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Madonna in New York City, spring 1979.
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Madge, wearing a scandalous wedding dress, pearls and a Boy Toy belt, writhed her way around the stage singing "Like a Virgin" at the 1984 MTV Video Music Awards.
From lingerie to goth to Marilyn Monroe glam, Madonna has been a fashion chameleon for two decades.
Madonna occasionally rocked a "traditional" '80s look, including black leather jacket with the collar popped and peroxide hair.
Madonna wore a block-printed sundress, cinched at the waist, while spending time with her then-husband Sean Penn.
Three years after the MTV Video Music Awards performance that made her famous, Madge went a different direction with her style - no more shredded accessories and a much more glam look.
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The Blond Ambition Tour: who could forget the Gaultier cone bra?
Madonna channeled Marilyn Monroe for the 1991 Academy Awards.
While promoting her album, "Bedtime Stories," Madonna went out in a lingerie-like dress paired with a leopard-print overcoat in 1995.
For the premiere of her film "Evita" in December 1996, Madonna took a page out of the former Argentinian first lady's book in this Versace outfit.
Madonna won a Golden Globe for her role in "Evita" in 1997. True to her style, she wore a dress that more closely resembled lingerie than a gown to accept the award.
Madonna wore what resembled a period piece to the 1998 VH1 Vogue Fashion Awards.
While promoting her album, "Ray of Light," at BBC TV studios in 1998, Madonna wore an eccentrically patterned coat.
The "Ray of Light" phase was influenced by a variety of world cultures. Madonna wore a kimono to perform at the 1999 Grammy Awards. She told Harper's Bazaar that the book "Memoirs of a Geisha" was the inspiration for the outfit.
Madonna wore a stunning white, belted coat to the UK premiere of the film "Mean Machine" in December 2001.
For a 2003 visit to MTV studios, Madge went casual with a striped, 3/4-sleeve shirt and a newsboy cap.
For the launch party of her children's book "Lotsa De Casha" in 2005, Madge wore a tasteful dress with lace accents.
For a 2005 appearance on Total Request Live, Madonna sported a plum, V-neck dress and knee-length fishnets.
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Madonna's style reflected the '70s vibe of her album "Confessions on a Dance Floor" in 2005.
Madonna got in touch with her inner dancing queen while promoting "Confessions On A Dancefloor" in November 2005.
Madonna's arms weren't the only body part she showed off in a skin tight dress at the 2006 Vanity Fair Oscar Party.
Madge wore a high-collared blouse and blazer combo to a special screening of "Arthur And The Invisibles" in January 2007.
But sophistication only goes so far. Madonna wore a transparent skirt to be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2008.
Madonna wore a unique gown by Chanel to the Cannes Film Festival premiere of "I Am Because We Are" in May 2008.
During her Sticky & Sweet tour, the 50-year-old music legend frequently wore leotards, top hats and fishnets.
Madonna wore Louis Vuitton to "The Model as Muse: Embodying Fashion" Costume Institute Gala in 2009. She was then chosen by the line to be a spokesmodel and sported the LV bunny ears in an ad campaign.
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Madonna performs during a concert at the National stadium in Santiago, Chile on Dec. 19, 2012.
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Madonna on stage during her Evening of Music, Art, Mischief and Performance to Benefit Raising Malawi at Faena Forum on Dec. 3, 2016, in Miami Beach, Florida.
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Madonna attends the "Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garcons: Art Of The In-Between" Costume Institute Gala at Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 1, 2017, in New York City.
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Madonna is seen arriving at the Heavenly Bodies: Fashion & The Catholic Imagination Costume Institute Gala on May 7, 2018, in New York City.