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It looks like Dua Lipa is getting her fashion inspiration from Bikini Bottom. Over the weekend, the pop star slipped into a salmon pink fishnet creation from GCDS’s Spring/Summer 2023 collection, fresh off the runway.

Presented during Milan Fashion Week, the collection was riddled with SpongBob Squarepants themes and motifs including Lipa’s Patrick Star halter-neck mesh dress. Designed by Lipa’s close creative director Giuliano Calza, the “Don’t Start Now” singer posted a carousel on Instagram with the caption, “down undaaaa in bikini bottom.” Lipa is currently on the Australian leg of her Future Nostalgia tour.

Lipa posed in the sheer shimmering crocheted maxi dress with knit Patrick-starfish nipple pasties and a keyhole cutout at the bust. The songstress teamed her look with a matching pink thong beneath and coordinating fingerless opera gloves to complete the look.

The At Your Service podcaster kept her ensemble cohesive with a bubblegum pink, starry manicure by Miss Betty Rose. She amped up the fantasy with a bold, shimmering eye, adding heart and star confetti to her eyeshadow, above her feline flick of black eyeliner by Shelby Smith. The New Rules artist kept her brunette strands down, in mermaid waves with a sweeping side part, courtesy of Jake Gallagher.

A model walks the runway of the GCDS Fashion Show during the Milan Fashion Week Womenswear Spring/Summer 2023 on September 22, 2022 in Milan, Italy. (Photo by Estrop/Getty Images)

Lipa recently denied the rumors that she would be performing at the opening ceremony of the 2022 FIFA Men’s World Cup in Qatar.

In an Instagram Story shared on Sunday, the star shot down claims that she was ever booked to perform. “I will not be performing and nor have I ever been involved in any negotiation to perform,” she wrote. “I will be cheering England from afar and I look forward to visiting Qatar when it has fulfilled all the human rights pledges it made when it won the right to host the World Cup.”