By combining the unlikely bedfellows of slashed neoprene and silk crepe georgette, Kostas Murkudis' S/S 2012 offering is a daring, lingerie-meets-swimwear type of collection.
And that's even before we begin to discuss the acid greens and bubblegum pinks.
But don't baulk yet, we like this collection very much here at M.E. as the underlying theme - movement - provides some fantastic food for thought.
Murkudis' clever combinations of fabric weights and textures highlighted with underwear style finishes meant that the futuristic bodycon, graphic cut-out aesthetic also came with flowing tassles and draped goddess gowns.
Lightly snipped-at jersey reminded us of those fringed 80s t-shirts we wore as kids on the beach, only more grown up and twisted into peekaboo night time dresses.
There's a sporty element too; ably achieved with sharp lines and stiff papery silks in a sort of 60s Paco Rabanne kind of way.
In sum; sharp, sexy and very clever indeed.