It's one of the most anticipated shows of the season and Dior's Autumn Winter 2012 collection has just landed on the catwalk at the Rodin Museum in Paris. So what has Bill Gaytten treated us to this time?
The answer is lashings of classic Diorness. We're seeing long silky gowns and skirts that are gorgeously elegant...
...as well as full A-line skirts emphasised by a belted waist. And there are intricate prints too.
And the trend for beanies, first seen at Victoria Beckham's show in New York, is still going strong. Never has the headgear looked so chic. We're loving the ballerina vibe of this pretty outfit, especially that expansive tutu-like skirt. Yes please!
And what of the footwear? These nude beauties with a thick ankle strap are tres ladylike, but the chunky heels and platforms keep them modern.
Oooh, nice use of textures, Mr Gaytten.
Mila Kunis would TOTALLY work this.
See what we mean by classic Dior? It's retro-tastic.
Okay, so there may not be the same dramatic theatricality we saw when John Galliano was at the helm, but the finale was packed with full chiffon skirts in aubergines, dusky pinks, greysa and petrol blues that stay true to the French fashion house's signature 1940s aesthetic. We want this gorgeous hot pink number please.
Of course, it's Karlie Kloss who closes the show, just as she did for Balmain yesterday. The 19-year-old looks breath-taking in a magnificent ballgown in a sumptuous plum hue. We sigh.
And here's Mr Gaytten himself, taking a modest bow. Cue applause!
Stay tuned as we bring you our full Dior show report. In the meantime, tell us your thoughts on the latest collection in the box below...