You know what I want for my birthday? A box full of supermodel Karlie Kloss and Les Twins. We could just hang out, have a dance-off, become bffs. It might sound weird at first, but really think about what hanging out with these tall and talented folks would be like: #squadgoals times one million, amirite? Also, I'm pretty small and I could definitely fit in a box with the three of them.
As it turns out, British Vogue understands that my birthday wishes must be met, so the magazine packed Karlie and Les Twins into a too-cute video that features some sweet moves and a lot of smizing...in a box.
Until now, that is. On Saturday night, designer Jean Paul Gaultier—who made costumes for Ballet Preljocaj's twisted take on Snow White last year—turned his Spring 2014 Paris runway show into a tongue-in-cheek version of "Dancing with the Stars," down to the panel of "judges" that evaluated each look.
Even the most super-duper-famous of all his super-duper-famous models got in on the dancing fun. Coco Rocha, who showed off her Irish-dancing skills in Gaultier's 2007 show, got down as Danny Zuko from Grease (though her version of his classic bad-boy outfit involved bazillion-inch heels, of course).
Former ballet student Karlie Kloss showed off her voguing skills to—what else?–Madonna's "Vogue."
And the designer himself took a turn on the runway-turned-dance-floor with choreographer Blanca Li.
What does all this say about fashion? I have no idea. But it looks like it was a heck of a lot of fun—and you don't have to take my word for it! Check out these video clips from the show: