The iconic corset bra that singer Madonna wore during the Blonde Ambition Tour in 1990 is set to be displayed at an exhibition at the Barbican Centre, London, in  April 2014.

The conical bra corset is an exquisite piece in green and white with pointed cups embellished with sequins, beads, and intricate embroidery. It was auctioned in November 2012 by Christie's and it racked up $80,000.

Apart from the Queen of Pop's iconic outfit that is still fresh in the minds of fans, the exhibition will also feature costumes worn by singers Kylie Minogue and Bjork and burlesque dancer and actress, Dita Von Teese.

The exhibition will honor the work of couture designer Jean Paul Gaultier and is titled, "The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From The Sidewalk To the Catwalk."

The French designer has dressed various celebs during his career and is very excited about the exhibition.

"I am super excited that the show is coming to London ... I always want to go to London, because London, for me, is a special place, Gaultier told Huffington Post. "In England I've got so many souvenirs and I've had so many experiences and I must say that the English were the first ones to come to my shows and appreciate my fashion."

"If there is one place other than Paris that I should like to live in, it is London. I've got so many connections with London and feel at home there, even sometimes more than Paris," he added.

The designer also spoke about his appreciation of the Barbican gallery and described it as a beautiful place with rich culture and architecture. The French designer said that it was an honor to be acknowledged by such a wonderful place.

Along with Gaultier's collection, the exhibition will also feature video footage of his television show, "Eurotrash" and catwalk presentations.