What She Wore
Madonna at Super Bowl XLVI
All three looks Madonna wore last night during her Super Bowl half-time performance were designed by Riccardo Tisci for Givenchy Haute Couture.
Starting with a gold cape with all-over hand-embroidery, gold metal cut-out pieces, studs, crystals, sequins and paillettes, lined in leopard-print chiffon.
After she removed the cape, she revealed an Egyptian queen meets Roman gladiator ensemble. She wore the black mini dress with a leopard print short cape in silk charmeuse hand-embroidered with gold metal cut out pieces, studs, crystals, sequins and paillettes, and a black python hand-studded and hand-embroidered belt with removable matching flaps.
Finally, the Queen of Pop ended her 12-minute set in a black coat, which was hand-embroidered with shiny black rectangular sequins and micro-pearls.
I’m in love with ALL of these looks. They had so much shine it was hard to keep your eyes off of her. But my absolute favorite piece of all was that crown she opened with — it was everything!
It was a madge of honor.