Talk about Dolce & Gabbana déjà-vu.
On Thursday, in the midst of Nina Ricci's elegant presentation, two topless protesters associated with the Ukranian feminist group FEMEN stormed the runway.
Hardly new to the fashion week scene, FEMEN has been spotted at fashion shows during previous seasons, including Versace's Fall/Winter 2013 show in February, where protestors sported signs that read "Fascism = Fashion" outside the show's Via Gesu location in Milan.
Only a few looks into the collection, two topless protestors clad with the slogans "Models Don't Go To Brothels" and "Fashion Dictaterror" painted across their chests stormed the runway. One protestor even grabbed the hand of model Hollie-May Saker -- who later expressed her anger towards the situation via Twitter -- before being tackled by security and escorted off the runway.