Who thought Opening Ceremony — known for its elaborate, unconventional runway presentations — could top a Spike Jonze and Jonah Hill-directed play at the Metropolitan Opera a couple seasons ago?

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This time around, the brand reached out to New York City Ballet choreographer Justin Peck, who instructed the models, including seven professional ballerinas, to fall, trip, sway and flay about the runway. The result was so jolting that, according to the New York Times, a few audience members jumped up to help the first couple fallen girls.

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The show's jumping off point was Frank Lloyd Wright, who when not redefining American architecture also designed costumes for his dancer daughter. Watch a video below.