Talk about an otherworldly romp. The first exit on the runway for The Blonds was an astronaut in full moon suit, who stripped down as he worked the catwalk, revealing none other than one of the designers, Phillipe Blond — in drag — sporting an allover jewel-encrusted gold leotard.

And although nothing topped that, several other numbers in the collection, codesigned by Phillipe and David Blond, did get close. There was a neon yellow leotard that featured a peplum, two big eyes at the bodice and a yellow feathered stole — Tweetie Bird would approve — as well as a silver 3-D studded multicolor leotard paired with a silver fringe stole that looked like hair — or was it?

Talk about an otherworldly romp. The first exit on the runway for The Blonds was an astronaut in full moon suit, who stripped down as he worked the catwalk, revealing none other than one of the designers, Phillipe Blond — in drag — sporting an allover jewel-encrusted gold leotard.

And although nothing topped that, several other numbers in the collection, codesigned by Phillipe and David Blond, did get close. There was a neon yellow leotard that featured a peplum, two big eyes at the bodice and a yellow feathered stole — Tweetie Bird would approve — as well as a silver 3-D studded multicolor leotard paired with a silver fringe stole that looked like hair — or was it?

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