The Blonds go over-the-top with the help of 'Moulin Rouge'

This Sept. 9, 2019 photo shows actor-singer Billy Porter, center, performing at the "The Blonds x Moulin Rouge!" show during Fashion Week in New York.

This Sept. 9, 2019 photo shows actor-singer Billy Porter, center, performing at the "The Blonds x Moulin Rouge!" show during Fashion Week in New York.

This Sept. 9, 2019 photo shows Paris Hilton modeling during the "The Blonds x Moulin Rouge!" show during Fashion Week in New York. (AP Photo/Ragan Cla

This Sept. 9, 2019 photo shows Paris Hilton modeling during the "The Blonds x Moulin Rouge!" show during Fashion Week in New York. (AP Photo/Ragan Cla

This Sept. 9, 2019 photo shows, foreground from third left, Jordan Roth, Billy Porter, The Blonds designers David Blond and Phillipe Blond and Paris H

This Sept. 9, 2019 photo shows, foreground from third left, Jordan Roth, Billy Porter, The Blonds designers David Blond and Phillipe Blond and Paris H

NEW YORK (AP) — Runway met Broadway when The Blonds took to the stage of the splashy musical "Moulin Rouge."

With the help of Billy Porter, who performed two songs, the ever-theatrical design duo stuck to the musical's theme, focused on a cabaret, and stayed true to their risque style Monday for the New York Fashion Week show.

After an opening number by performers from "Moulin Rouge," Phillipe Blond descended from the ceiling in a bedazzled jumpsuit, matching moto jacket and long, blond locks. Phillipe and partner David Blond dressed models in corsets, bustier tops, lace catsuits (worn by men and women alike) and stiletto boots that hit at the ankle, knee or thigh.