Madonna puts on ANOTHER sultry display in a skintight corset to promote Sex book 30th anniversary

Madonna, 64, puts on ANOTHER sultry display in a skintight corset and fishnet tights to promote 30th anniversary of controversial Sex book

Madonna uploaded an assortment of new sultry photos onto her Instagram story earlier Wednesday to further promote the 30th anniversary celebration of her 1992 Sex coffee table book. 

The 64-year-old Queen of Pop showcased her fit physique in a skintight corset as she posed in a dimly lit space for the photo shoot. 

The Vogue performer revealed on Tuesday that 800 limited edition ‘re-released’ copies of the Sex book will be available to the public, along with a special exhibition at Miami’s Yves Saint Laurent Rive Droite for the book’s 30th anniversary. 

New posts: Madonna, 64, shared an assortment of new sultry posts onto her Instagram story on Wednesday to further promote the 30th anniversary of her 1992 Sex book

New posts: Madonna, 64, shared an assortment of new sultry posts onto her Instagram story on Wednesday to further promote the 30th anniversary of her 1992 Sex book 

The award-winning singer flaunted her fit frame in a fitted, sheer lace corset with silver clasps on the front. 

She donned a pair of tiny, nude-colored bottoms along with a pair of fishnet tights of the same color. 

A furry coat was draped around her shoulders to give partial covering to her overall ensemble. 

Madonna accessorized her look by adding a pair of gold-colored, satin gloves and an assortment of flashy necklaces.  

Sultry ensemble: The award-winning singer flaunted her fit frame in a fitted, sheer lace corset with silver clasps on the front

Sultry ensemble: The award-winning singer flaunted her fit frame in a fitted, sheer lace corset with silver clasps on the front

The entertainer’s long locks were parted in the middle, allowing her hair to flow past her shoulders in light waves. 

She threw on a pair of rectangular-shaped sunglasses with a silver rhinestone rim for a fashionable addition and to protect her eyes from the bright, camera flashes. 

Madonna posed in what appeared to be an underground wine cellar, with most of the light illuminating from the flashing cameras or flickering candles placed on the table and wall sconces behind her. 

In a few of the snaps that she shared to her 18.6 million Instagram followers, she used a wooden table in the space as a main prop with wine bottles placed in the background or close to her. 

Another photo showed the star turning her back towards the camera, showcasing the corseted portion of the top and her curled locks falling down behind her. 

Setting: The Grammy award-winning performer appeared to be taking the snaps in a dimly lit wine cellar or empty restaurant

Setting: The Grammy award-winning performer appeared to be taking the snaps in a dimly lit wine cellar or empty restaurant 

Other snaps: Another photo showed the star turning her back towards the camera, showcasing the corseted portion of the top and her curled locks falling onto her back

Other snaps: Another photo showed the star turning her back towards the camera, showcasing the corseted portion of the top and her curled locks falling onto her back

In October 1992, Madonna’s Sex coffee table book was officially published, exactly one day after her studio album, Erotica, was released to the public. 

Most of the photos seen in the publication were taken in areas around New York City and Miami.  

Upon its initial release, the book topped the New York Times bestseller list for a consecutive three weeks, despite the controversial content. 

In celebration of the 30th anniversary of the Sex book’s release, Madonna has teamed up with Saint Laurent creative director Anthony Vaccarello to co-curate an exhibition celebrating the 30th anniversary of her 1992 Sex coffee table book.

Rive Droite re-issued 800 copies of the iconic singer’s groundbreaking XXX tome – some of which will be signed and eventually auctioned off to benefit her Raising Malawi charity.

Published: Upon its initial release, the book topped the New York Times bestseller list for a consecutive three weeks, despite the controversial content

Published: Upon its initial release, the book topped the New York Times bestseller list for a consecutive three weeks, despite the controversial content

Celebration: Madonna has teamed up with Saint Laurent creative director Anthony Vaccarello to co-curate an exhibition celebrating the 30th anniversary of her 1992 Sex coffee table book

Celebration: Madonna has teamed up with Saint Laurent creative director Anthony Vaccarello to co-curate an exhibition celebrating the 30th anniversary of her 1992 Sex coffee table book

Exhibition: The exhibit, held during Miami Art Basel, will feature large-format photographs by Steven Meisel and Fabien Baron, along with other items such as tote bags

Exhibition: The exhibit, held during Miami Art Basel, will feature large-format photographs by Steven Meisel and Fabien Baron, along with other items such as tote bags

Charity: A certain amount of the limited edition copies will be signed by Madonna and eventually auctioned off to benefit her Raising Malawi charity

Charity: A certain amount of the limited edition copies will be signed by Madonna and eventually auctioned off to benefit her Raising Malawi charity

The exhibit will showcase photographs by Steven Meisel and Fabien Baron, and coinciding T-shirts and totes will be on sale at Saint Laurent in Miami’s Design District. 

Since its release, Madonna has defended the book over the years, and recently expressed on Instagram last month that she felt her book had paved the way for current celebrities. 

The Take A Bow hitmaker explained that she shared her point of view ‘about sexuality in an ironic way,’ and, ‘Now Cardi B can sing about her WAP. Kim Kardashian can grace the cover of any magazine with her naked ass and Miley Cyrus can come in like a wrecking ball. You’re welcome b****es.’

She also shared a throwback clip of herself during a notable interview with 60 Minutes Australia’s Richard Carleton as the two openly discuss her Sex book, and where he tells the singer that he perceived the publication as ‘horrible.’ 

‘I think that people’s reactions to specific situations in the book was much more a reflection of that person than me,’ she had responded with.  

Defending: Madonna has defended the book over the years, and recently expressed on Instagram that she felt her book had paved the way for current celebrities

Defending: Madonna has defended the book over the years, and recently expressed on Instagram that she felt her book had paved the way for current celebrities

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