Lady GaGa is set to take on a bigger role at French fashion house Thierry Mugler.

Stylist and creative director of the brand Nicola Formichetti has hinted more work could be in the pipeline between the two following her forthcoming musical-director role of his menswear show in Paris, France.

He said: "I want people to think, 'Ok, there's something new happening.' I want people to get excited again, not only fashion people.

Talking about a future collaboration, he added to WWD: "It's me and her just having fun and getting very inspired from the idea of Mugler. She's very much involved, more in the early stages."

The track which has been selected and remixed by Gaga for the show is an unheard piece, which Formichetti - who was the designer responsible for the infamous meat dress worn by the 'Alejandro' singer - believes it is the perfect accompaniment to the clothes.

He said: "It's very, very hard, but pop at the same time. It's really amazing.

"When I heard it, I said, 'That's Mugler.' She's remixing it especially for the show."