From the location - a makeshift a waiting area meets operating room, to the runway - think dragons, body bags, and fake heads, it's safe to say Gucci totally blew us away, yet again.
Oh, and the clothes? Influenced by a fusion of Japan, the Middle East and New York, and nodding to various time periods (think medieval body jewellery), Michele continued to push boundaries all while retaining what's become Gucci's signature style of logos, mismatched prints, oversized blazers, and florals with a twist.
Plus, the odd cult item or two, of course.
Below, everything you need to see from Gucci's wacky and wonderful runway show.
"The concept reflects the work of a designer - the act of cutting, splicing and reconstructing materials and fabrics to create a new personality and identity with them," Gucci explained on Instagram of the show's location.
"The materials used are typical of an operating room and the environment around it: PVC on the walls and floors, fire doors with panic-bars, LED lamps, and plastic chairs like those in a waiting room."
The show accessories
Next season's cult items