LifestyleFashion Week New York Fashion Week day seven: Michael Kors, Betsey Johnson, Rachel Zoe and more By NINA RUGGIERO Updated September 10, 2014 11:10 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email As the crowd got restless on the second to last day of spring 2015 Fashion Week, the designers got wild. Betsey Johnson put on an unexpected bridal show, with transgender models in funky wedding gowns stripping to their underwear, and The Blonds decided to take their guests on a gangsta carpet ride-- think genie pants and chains. Here are the highlights. Betsey goes bridal Photo Credit: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images Always a fan of surprises, Betsey Johnson turned her Fashion Week show into an all-out wedding celebration, beginning with two men entering to Frank Sinatra's "The Way You Look Tonight," wearing white jackets with writing in bling across the back; one said "pre," the other, "nup." Transgender models followed, all in wedding gowns, from the long, white and poofy to the short, sassy and metallic. Some blew kisses, some stripped to their underwear, all to wedding-themed tunes-- yes, even "Hava Nagila." But all the pomp and circumstance aside, the crowd was still anxiously waiting for the 72-year-old designer's signature runway cartwheel, and they got it... before she was carried off into the sunset by one of her brides. Michael Kors' summer lovin' Photo Credit: Peter Michael Dills/Getty Images Before his Fashion Week show Wednesday morning, Michael Kors set the mood with a tweet: "It's a summer night, you're in a convertible, the wind is in your hair, you're beautiful & in love." The romantic spring/summer 2015 collection wowed with a mix of the glamorous and the casual-- basic, crisp button-downs tucked into sheer skirts with intricate floral appliques, chic dresses with no-fuss pockets. Jada Pinkett Smith and Mary J. Blige looked classic in the front row, Smith in nude tones and Blige in black and white, perhaps to let the bright yellows and greens and the deep blues, pinks and purples on the runway have the spotlight. Rachel Zoe calls on the jet-setters Photo Credit: Twitter / AnnieBrat Celeb stylist-turned-designer Rachel Zoe's spring 2015 collection was geared towards women with wanderlust-- a nod to the adventurous, style-savvy women of the '60s, who "used travel as a reason to dress up." Effortless glam was the name of the game, with mod dresses in black and white tweed paired with peep-toe booties, breezy ruffles and sharp stripes on shorts, tops, jackets and an asymmetrical frock. The clothes may have made us want to jet-set, but the view from the top of the Soho Grand Hotel made us feel pretty lucky to be in New York City. Bibhu Mohapatra breaks the rules Photo Credit: Getty Images/Frazer Harrison Bibhu Mohapatra drew inspiration from British heiress and political activist Nancy Cunard, who spent much of the 1920s and 30s fighting fascism and racism, and, frankly, looking quite stylish while doing it. The scarves, dark lipstick and sleek up-dos were the first clue in a collection that Mohapatra wrote is an ode to the "courage and strength of the women who break the rules." Kaleidoscope floral prints and elegant, pleated organza kept the show ladylike, while fur vests, embroidered jackets and dramatic trains added a mysterious edge. Anna Sui gets groovy Photo Credit: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images From shaggy-haired guys in psychedelic printed blazers and bell bottoms-- velvet, striped and metallic-- to girls decked in embroidered jean jackets, scarves and flowy-sleeved dresses with fanny packs and fringe purses, Anna Sui's spring 2015 show was a no apologies throwback to the '70s. Chiara de Blasio seemed to be enjoying her trip through time to the peace and love era, rocking a hippie-chic look of her own in the front row. BONUS: The Blonds' ghetto carpet ride Photo Credit: Nina Ruggiero The final show of day seven was a "gangsta genie" themed spectacular put on by The Blonds, complete with an audience that included Paris Hilton, Carmen Electra, Perez Hilton and drag queens galore (including the famous Lady Bunny). But even with the eclectic crowd, all eyes were on the models, who, wearing giant blonde braids and wild nails decorated with chains, tassels and roses, strutted in genie-style pants, a jacket that showed a likeness of Jesus, crystal body suits, lace corsets and more to loud hoots from the audience. A grand finale, indeed. By NINA RUGGIERO Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic Fashion Week day 6 recap: '90s rave, Naomi Campbell and crazy eyebrowsDay six was all about the party people. 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