Lily Allen singing, Rihanna and Prince looking on, a threesome lolling about in a bale of hay, Marie Antoinette's barn, rural charm a la Seven Brides For Seven Brothers: it must be Chanel.
Karl Lagerfeld focused on bucolic whimsy before, during and after Lily Allen popped up on a hydraulic stage hidden under a pile of hay.
Shockingly cute in a metallic gold and black frock, she belted out It's Not Fair while the models pranced round her in exquisite cropped chiffon panniered dresses, crochet jackets appliqued with flowers and bejewelled tweed, picking their way across the floor on glammed up heeled clogs and white carved period heels.
Marie Antoinette herself would have approved.
Luckily the clothes were easily gorgeous enough to fight for attention admist all the distraction, including Karl's fave male model trotting around with two girls.
Karl at his best.
By Eilidh MacAskill