Pricey lingerie stolen from Madonna shoot

Last updated 14:02 06/04/2014

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Thousands of dollars worth of lingerie has reportedly been stolen from a Madonna photo shoot in New York.

The undergarments were contained in a bag and included a US$2545 (NZ$2959) lace bra, according to DNAinfo.com.

They were stolen from the photo shoot for L'uomo Vogue, the magazine's Italian version for men, on March 20.

Police said it was a staff member who noticed the bag, which also contained a G-string worth $US345 and a pair of briefs valued at $US515, had disappeared.

The pieces were designed by New York's Deborah Marquit.

A representative for Marquit says only 13 of the 34 pieces that were loaned for the photo shoot were returned.

"The rest were either lost or stolen because we never got them back.

"Deborah would just like the samples found and returned."

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