No, literally. Lagerfeld's countrified models writhed in haystacks and walked the runway with a side of hayseed. Whatever the opinions of Rihanna, Claudia and the other front-row staples, one thing's for sure: it's impossible to know what Prince was thinking.

Some pieces - like this "Lonely Goat" special - were overtly playful, making the ersatz-tchotchke-nature situation obvious.


Although it probably already was after the models covered each other in fake hayloft.


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Leigh Lezark was, we can almost guarantee it, not visibly impressed. And we're not going to be the ones to give her the satisfaction of commenting on her outfit.


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Even Coco's iconic suiting got a dash of homespun.


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We're guessing Prince has already earmarked that top.


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And he will work it - probably in the sample size.


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Hope you guys are psyched for some stark palettes come spring, cause that's what we're getting!


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Also, loadsa lace and more transparent action than you can shake a stick - or a slip - at.


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The Kaiser's probably overcome at the sight of Rihanna as Chanel-gone-modern; this is what he lives for.


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Say what you will, as Yes would put it, he can put the sweetness in and stir it with a spoon.


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Could Virginie Ledoyen look any more classic-French is she tried? And come to think of it, she probably did!


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Claudia Schiffer goes classic.


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You know what the best thing about not being a celebrity is? You can say things like this: WTF is up with Sean Lennon? And nobody cares and there's no feud and your publicist isn't pissed.

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