[10:22] Lady Gaga
Lady Gaga poses on the red carpet before the Songwriters Hall of Fame ceremony in New York June 18, 2015. Reuters/Shannon Stapleton

Lady Gaga took the little black dress by leaps and bounds when she headed to the presentation by Nicopanda on Sunday. “Mother Monster” known for her eccentric sense of fashion brought some ‘bathroom style’ to the fashion week in her whacky outfit.

The 29-year-old singer wore a dress that appeared like a bin bag. The mini dress in black was made from plastic. Gaga donned the garbage bin outfit for the runway show of Nicola Formichetti, the man behind her infamous ‘meat dress’ at the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards, Mirror UK reported.

The “American Horror Story” actress paired the dress with ripped black fishnets that featured rips and holes from top to bottom. She showed off her toned legs in the teeny number which had black chain and fringe detailing.

The singer who just wrapped up her “Cheek to Cheek” world tour with Tony Bennett, also flashed her pert posterior to the audience. She accessorised with a simple gold chain. Gaga wore a long blonde wig with blunt bangs, and her eyebrows were bleached. Gaga also held a small black hat as she made her way through the crowd outside the Nicopanda presentation.

Gaga gave some fashionistas a fright when she stepped out in the frock. Later, she took to Twitter and gushed about her outfit. “Thanku NICOPANDA for this look from the new collection for the day. When you turn a shirt into a dress @formichetti,” she tweeted.

Meanwhile, after Givenchy and Rag & Bone, Nicopanda opened it show to the masses. The designer gave out free invites to his 1.1 million Twitter followers, WWD reported. The collection that he showcased ranges from $100 to $500 price range.

Formichetti also works as Diesel’s artistic director and as a stylist for Brooke Candy. He was reunited with his long-time friend Gaga at the show, New York Times reported. The designer said that it was a very emotional moment and both of them started crying. Also, he added that the “Poker Face” hit maker was proud of him.

Formichetti said that Gaga wanted to buy a lot of his stuff, but he told her that needed to be sold, then he could give them to her.

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