It’s been less than a year since Clare Waight Keller was appointed the first female artistic director of Givenchy.

Since leaving her role as Chloé’s creative director and taking the helm at Givenchy, the designer has cemented her position as one of the most formidable forces in fashion, thanks in no small part to the sublime and sophisticated dress she designed for Meghan Markle’s wedding day.

Waight Keller’s couture is destined, evidently, for both critical and commercial success, and the second couture collection she presented for Givenchy in Paris on Sunday was no exception.

Clare Waight Keller’s new Givenchy muse may be the newly-minted Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, but for her first Givenchy Couture show since the passing of Hubert de Givenchy in March, Keller journeyed back to Givenchy’s roots to pay homage to house’s founder and the OG muse that’s become synonymous with the house’s legacy—Audrey Hepburn.

Keller’s update to Hepburn’s iconic black column dress—memorably worn in the 1961 film Breakfast at Tiffany’s—into a sweeping black velvet gown with a hood and side pockets, leaving the open-back design of the original intact. The Givenchy Fall 2018 Couture show was peppered with several other historical references, including the show’s final song, “Moon River,” plucked from the Breakfast At Tiffany’s movie.