Looking youthful and radiant, Madonna went back to black at the BFI London Film Festival premiere of "W.E.," her film about Wallis Simpson, which is also her directorial debut.
Madonna paired a black L'Wren Scott dress dotted with cascading flowers with black fishnets, Gucci platform pumps, and jewels from Van Cleef & Arpels and Neil Lane.
We think this is the healthiest the Material Girl has looked in awhile. Remember her scarily buff arms? It seems M has eased up on the tricep dips, because her arms are looking a lot less sinewy (in a good way).
As for the film itself, it debuted to poor reviews at the Venice Film Festival in September, and Madonna also came under fire for a line in the film's credits that thanks Nazi sympathist Leni Riefenstahl and Hitler-praiser John Galliano.
But style-wise? We're giving the fashion icon two enthusiastic thumbs up. Check out Madonna's look below. (Hit "Fullscreen" for big photos!)