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Madonna Struts Down Red Carpet Blanketed in 400 Carats of Diamonds

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“There were boobs out there, there was butt out there and the jewels complemented that.” – Neil Lane

At age 57, Madonna hasn’t lost her sense of fashion creativity, showing up to the 2016 Met Gala wearing millions of dollars’ worth of diamonds, Page Six writes. Neil Lane, Madonna’s jeweler, spoke with the entertainment news outlet and broke down her look perfectly: “There were boobs out there, there was butt out there and the jewels complemented that.”

He added that when Madonna’s camp requested he send 400 carats of diamonds, he wasn’t told how she’d be wearing them, so the iconic pop star gets all the credit for this look. “I’m not dressing her, and I think those things are quite secretive,” Lane says. “I get an idea from the themes that they’re asking for … It was a theme about a 19th century pre-Raphaelite idea, but of course with Madonna she’s going to take it to an extreme and to an amazing, creative level.”

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