Jean Paul Gaultier is known for nothing if not for drama, and last night's show during Paris Fashion Week was no exception. He channeled, well, just about every major musical moment for the runway performance. The themed event went so far as to include a judging panel that doled out critiques and scores to the dancing models. Coco Rocha donned a Danny Zuko coif for her rendition of Grease's "You're the One That I Want," done in sky-high heels, no less. This wasn't the first time she showed off her moves for one of Gaultier's shows — she gave audiences an Irish-dance treat back in 2007.
Karlie Kloss also stepped up to the dancing plate, giving a fiercer-than-fierce performance of Madonna's "Vogue." She stopped at the end of the runway for an epic pose-off, all the more impressive considering she wasn't even born when the song came out. The show capped off with a "Love Train"-themed finale that got the audience on its feet. We're giving major props to JPG for putting an extra-fun spin on Fashion Week. Oh, and it's probably worth mentioning the designer's duds weren't bad either.