Having gasms at the idea of rich ladies buying what we used to wear, finally someone got the actual look exact, no beanies, @Courtney raved over Twitter to Slimane (aka @hedislimanetwit).
The show - a big departure for the house - impressed its front row critics, too. ELLE's Rebecca Lowthorpe was among them.
'It came out of Hedi Slimane and his Los Angeles heartland and home,' she wrote. 'And also the spirit of the times? Just as Yves Saint Laurent tapped into the mood of the moment, reflected the shifts in womens independence and liberation with the trouser suit, leather jacket and many more, all of which were shockingly new at the time was Slimane not reflecting the current status quo? Here was the rebel, with all her teen spirit, angst and energy. The fashion equivalent of angry youth if ever there was one, reflecting an age of mass unemployment, greedy bankers, recession, religious and political unrest?
'Was this a brilliant collection? Yes.'