Madonna Rocks Black Lace Bustier at Miami Exhibition for Controversial 'Sex' Book Re-Release
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The 'Like a Virgin' hitmaker turns heads at the Miami Art Basel exhibition held to honor the re-release of her 1992 book with daughter Lourdes Leon and ex-boyfriend Tony Ward joining the party.

AceShowbiz - Madonna continues to express herself. The 64-year-old Queen of Pop rocked a black lace bustier when attending a Miami exhibition held for the re-release of her controversial "Sex" book.

On Thursday, December 1, the "Like a Virgin" hitmaker turned heads at the Miami Art Basel exhibition held by Yves Saint Laurent. For the special event, the singer donned a plunging black lace bustier, fishnets and a black double-breasted tuxedo jacket from the fashion brand. She accessorized her pantless look with a riding crop.

The "Material Girl" singer also wore layers of silver and diamond jewelry. The mom of six, who's no stranger to wearing lingerie as outerwear, braided her long red hair into two pigtails and sported bleached brows.

Also attending the occasion was Madonna's daughter Lourdes Leon. The 26-year-old model coordinated with her mom in a black crop top and maxi skirt with a thigh-baring slit and a gleaming cross necklace.

Madonna's fashion designer ex-boyfriend Tony Ward, who appears in the book's soft-core pornographic photographs, also hit the Miami party. The exhibition is open from November 29 through December 4 at the beachfront of 17th Street to honor the re-release.

On Friday, Madonna posted footage from the beach party on her Instagram account. "Last night…… S E X on the beach was unforgettable," so she captioned her post. "Thank you @ysl and @anthonyvaccarello for all of your support and collaboration. !! [black heart emojis] to all my friends and fam who showed up!"

Madonna teamed up with YSL creative director Anthony Vaccarello to co-curate an exhibition celebrating the 30th anniversary of her coffee table book. Rive Droite re-issued 800 copies of the iconic singer's groundbreaking X-rated tome, some of which will be signed and eventually auctioned off to benefit her Raising Malawi charity. The exhibit showcases photographs by Steven Meisel and Fabien Baron.

In October, Madonna took to Instagram to reflect on the backlash she faced following the release of her "Sex" book in 1992. "30 years ago I published a book called S.E.X. In addition to photos of me naked there were photos of Men kissing Men, Woman kissing Woman and Me kissing everyone," she wrote.

Madonna then name-dropped Cardi B, Kim Kardashian and Miley Cyrus, adding, "Now Cardi B can sing about her WAP. Kim Kardashian can grace the cover of any magazine with her naked a** and Miley Cyrus can come in like a wrecking ball. You're welcome b***hes." The post later caused a brief feud with Cardi.

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