London: Known for her eccentric dressing sense, gossip Queen Lady Gaga made a sensational debut as a runway model at the Paris Fashion Week with the Thierry Mugler show, where she also served as the music director.

With her stylist Nicola Formichetti as the new creative director of the label, Gaga went all out to make the show a success, also debuting her new track 'Government Hooker', reported Daily Mail online.

In a predictably outrageous outfit that comprised a sheer black dress and military-inspired hat, the star made her entrance in a cloud of cigarette smoke.

The 24-year-old, who wore long blonde pigtails, strutted to the sounds of her own music on the runway which was a network of pillars shot with red lighting.

She joined supermodels including Jessica Stam, Coco Rocha and Alek Wek on the runway, all dressed as Gaga-alikes with flowing peroxide ponytails or white-blonde devil horns, lip-synching to the music.

But unlike the other girls, Gaga seemed at ease walking in the towering platform shoes, an art she has mastered in her high-octane stage routines.

She made a second catwalk appearance modelling the final look, a Mugler 'bride', in a white corseted dress and lampshade-style hat.

She then changed her hat to a black feathered headpiece to take her bow alongside Formichetti and Sebastien Peigne, Thierry Mugler's womenswear designer.

Formichetti, who is the man behind Gaga's infamous meat dress, is masterminding a revival of the famous Eighties label.

His debut women’s wear collection for the brand has been much-anticipated given his high-profile position as Lady Gaga's stylist.