If that isn't enough to steal our attention, the starry adaptation also sees director and photographer Autumn de Wilde at the helm.
With Rodarte's autumn/winter 18 look book and a bunch of Prada fashion films on her resume, the widely-cherished 1815 novel has undergone a Pinterest-worthy makeover.
Expect glorious rolling English countryside, candy-hued interiors and covetable frocks - a feast for every millennial's eyes and iPhone lens.
For those not familiar with the plot (there's still time to borrow a copy from your local library), the film follows the life of Emma Woodhouse, a "handsome, clever and rich" young woman keen to play mischievous matchmaker for the singletons of her village.
But while she's preoccupied with ensuring that close friend Harriet marries the local vicar - despite her infatuation with well-to-do farmer Robert Martin - the ever-charming Mr Knightley is pursuing Emma. Cue a tangled web of love, misconstrued romance and a whole load of meddling.
As expected, the trailer is visually exquisite and looks set to remind audiences of Austen's humorous flair.
Of course, it's only fitting that the rom-com be released on February 14, 2020.