Getty (3)No Pants? No Problem!Happy Birthday Madonna!For Madonna's 55th Birthday, a look back at her pants-less outfits through the years. Emilia PetrarcaChristine Flammia07.25.13 8:28 AM ETGetty (3) Thanks to Rihanna, Miley Cyrus, and even Ke$ha, we've grown accostumed to seeing people without pants in public. But let's be honest: Madonna may have started it all. In honor of Madonna's 55th birthday, here’s a look back at the one-named wonder’s most bottomless outfits. After all, it is Madonna’s pants-free world—and we’re just living in it. Ebet Roberts/Redferns, via GettyFishnet FrenzyMadonna performs onstage during her first world tour, Who’s That Girl, in 1987 wearing her signature cone bra and fishnet stockings. Frank Micelotta/GettySafety FirstIt’s hard to wear pants when you’re sporting knee pads. Madonna performed in 1990 in an all black get-up—clad with fingerless gloves and a top hat—in Osaka, Japan. Frank Micelotta/GettyBlond, Bustier-ed, and Bedazzled Madonna performs in a green-and-white bedazzled bustier with beaded fringe designed by Jean-Paul Gaultier on her highly controversial Blond Ambition Tour in 1990. Steve Eichner/WireImage, via GettyNo-Knickers ’90sMadonna shows-off her pixie cut and slim midriff in tiny sequined hot pants in the ’90s. She uses elbow-length gloves and fishnets to cover up a bit of skin. Frank Micelotta/GettyToo Much Boot-yAt the opening night of her Re-Invention World Tour in 2004, Madonna performed in a cream, one-sleeved embellished bustier. Her black thigh-high lace-up leather boots served as the closest thing to pants. Frank Micelotta/GettyBands Make Her Dance She's got stripes, fringes, and a headband—but certainly not pants. Madonna wore a form-fitting red-and-white tank top with an attached black fringe bottom created by Costume Designer Arianne Phillips during a rehearsal for the Re-Invention World Tour 2004. GettyPurple Pantsless PrideMadonna goes pantsless while performing "Hung Up" in a purple onesie and coordinating boots and leather jacket at the 12th-annual MTV Europe Music Awards in 2005. Chris Jackson/GettyFringe BingeWhile Madonna may be covering up her top half with a collared bustier, its beaded fringe doesn't do much concealing for her bottom half. Bryan Bedder/GettyFaux Formal FrockThe singer wore this sheer black-and-white dress to her induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2008. Matt Cardy/GettyI See London, I See France...Who needs pants, or pockets even, when you can just stick your microphone in your underwear? Madonna wears a lingerie-style ensemble with knee-high boots at the premiere performance of her aptly-named Sticky and Sweet stage show in 2008. Jon Kopaloff/FilmMagic, via GettyBare Naked Lace-yMadonna arrived at the 2011 Vanity Fair Oscar Party wearing a lace dress with a feather vest. Although the singer perfected evening wear in the black gown, she was able to maintain her pantsless preference by wearing a onesie under the lace overlay. Jamie McCarthy/GettyRaunchy In GivenchyMadonna kicked it up a notch in a plaid, studded, and chained custom Givenchy blazer to the 2013 MET gala, celebrating the Costume Institute’s exhibit PUNK: Chaos to Couture. Jason Merritt/GettyGrin and Bare ItAt the 2013 Billboard Music Awards, Madonna proved that she, and her fashion, is timeless. The singer wore a garter, platform pumps, and a fur-collared jacket and leaving—as always—her pants at home.