Lady Gaga's hotpants at Tommy Hilfiger have got everyone talking

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Lady Gaga at NYFW
As casual as ever [Photo: Getty/Kevin Mazur]

The Tommy Hilfiger Spring/Summer 2017 Fashion Show lit up Venice Beach yesterday, with Gigi Hadid soaking up much of the limelight.

And though Hilfiger and Gigi have undoubtedly drawn plenty of attention for themselves, there’s someone else everyone’s talking about – Lady Gaga and her short-shorts.

Wearing a two-piece littered with sequins, patterns and colours, Gaga seems to have taken the Super Bowl totally in her stride and paid a visit to Hadid and Hilfiger’s launch like any other day.

Lady Gaga
She teamed the piece with suede boots [Photo: Getty/Kevin Mazur]

Sat casually in the front row, she wore her puffy-sleeved number decorated with loops and hearts, matched with fishnet tights and a typically bold eye look along with a pair of suede boots.

The outfit was certainly suitable for Hilfiger’s Los Angeles event – playful and daring, but a genuinely quite beautiful piece.

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Seriously, take a look at those eyes – something we could only dream of for a fancy dress outfit, but just another day for Gaga.

And the fishnets? Let’s just say we’re considering taking them off our ‘no’ list.

What do you think of Lady Gaga’s outfit? Tweet us at @YahooStyleUK.

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