For $8,805, you, too, can look like a cross between a medieval dominatrix and Bugs Bunny.
Wearing thigh-high boots, a blue minidress topped off with matching blue little girl's rabbit ears, Madonna (left & right) stunned a crowd -- including fashion industry honchos, Hollywood celebs and business leaders who could still afford a $7,500 ticket -- at Monday night's Costume Institute gala at the Met.
These wacky photos show Madge looking feisty and fierce in her $2,696 frock, $3,784 leather footwear and $350 velvet ears. Completing the rabbit motif were $770 lambskin gloves studded with baubles of unknown carats.
She carried a Monogram Paillettes pocketbook (inset) that sells for a mere $1,205.
The 50-year-old Material Girl hopped down the red carpet with her Brazilian love bunny, Jesus Luz, 22.
Madonna's fashion choice fascinated the media.
New York magazine's Web site said she showed up "looking like a cleaning lady moonlighting as a stripper who washed her Xanax down with one too many margaritas before she changed outfits."
But it called her appearance "a genius, if not very attractive, fashion moment for her . . . Because on a night dedicated to the world's most beautiful women, no one -- especially a nonmodel -- could win by trying to look the most beautiful."
The Los Angeles Times Web site said Madonna looked "ready for Neverland" and asked, "does she look like the love child of Tinkerbell and Captain Hook?"
Madonna had some competition for worst dressed:
for the record, the NYPOST forgot to mention a wee bit detail, her jewelry!!