Think elegant, edgy, retro-cool couture by Raf Simmons in a Paris Couture Week venue made up of scaffolding and mirror-covered walls.
Sequin embellished stripe mini dresses, floral cut-out full-skirted dresses, mini skirts worn over said jumpsuits, tunic crops and three-quarter-length coats were just a few looks that had us head over heels.
Florals were a running theme (graphic, paisley, applique) as were stripes - horizontal and vertical. Oh and always, always paired with a vinyl boot and perspex heel.
Outerwear wise, all you need is a luxe, lightweight plastic mac to make sure your Dior couture ensemble dodges those April showers.
Hair was slicked back into the most perfect, poker-straight ponytails to ever hit the catwalk and make up was barely there save for a glossy lip.
Faces on the front row scene this afternoon included Natalie Portman and her husband Benjamin Millepied, Elizabeth Olsen, model Eva Herzigova and Vogue Japan's editor-at-large Anna Dello Russo. Did they lap up the Simon's spectacle? Oui.
Lady who dreams of couture dressing? Flick through this gallery to see more highlights from today's Dior show.