When Betsey Johnson arrives at New York Fashion Week, she doesn’t just put on a runway show — she throws a party. For Spring/Sumer 2015, Johnson celebrated marriage and equality with an ‘80s-inflected bridal collection. “Prenup,” as the show was named, presented a whimsical walk down the aisle with a series of spunky bridal pieces that instilled a sense of pride and joy in both the models and the audience.
With Christina Milian and J. Alexander spotted in the front row, the adrenaline in the room was high even before the show began. But once the lights dimmed and the first models walked out, the bridal theme took on a stronger, more inspiring purpose. As two same gendered couples, male then female, ma...
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