Kourtney Kardashian’s Boohoo NYFW Fashion Show Briefly Lost Lights and Music

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Kourtney Kardashian’s first collection with Boohoo was showcased at her Tuesday night fashion show during NYFW.

And the show had a slight hitch at the start, which was when the lights went out for a very short time.

The issue happened after Kourtney and husband Travis Barker walked to their seats on the runway and sat down, with the lights and music turned off for the first model to walk the runway.

Glitch: Kourtney Kardashian’s first collection with Boohoo was shown at her fashion show on Tuesday night during NYFW. And the show had a slight hitch at the start, which was when the lights went out for a very short time.

The show kicked off at 8:30 p.m. at the Highline, with Kourtney and Travis walking down the runway first — with the lights and music still on.

As soon as they sat down, the lights and music went out, and the first model had to walk in the dark.

Thirty seconds later, the lights and sounds came on and the show went off without a hitch.

The mother-of-three donned a sheer long-sleeved jumpsuit for her big night out, which revealed her matching black bralette and shorts; she added an ankle length leather coat, boots and small framed sunglasses.

In the dark: The issue happened after Kourtney and husband Travis Barker walked to their seats on the runway and sat down, with the lights and music turned off for the first model to walk the runway.

In the dark: The issue happened after Kourtney and husband Travis Barker walked to their seats on the runway and sat down, with the lights and music turned off for the first model to walk the runway.

The catsuit in her collection, called Kourtney Kardashian Barker Lace Long Sleeve Catsuit, retails for $35.

The jacket was also part of her collection – it’s called Kourtney Kardashian Barker’s Faux Leather Overcoat, priced at $90.

Kourtney wore a choker, earrings and gloves to complete her fashion look, opting for sleek center-parted braids.

Drama: The show kicked off at 8.30pm at the Highline, with Kourtney and Travis walking down the runway first - with the lights and music still on

Drama: The show kicked off at 8.30pm at the Highline, with Kourtney and Travis walking down the runway first – with the lights and music still on

Views: As soon as they sat down, the lights and music went out, and the first model had to walk in the dark

Views: As soon as they sat down, the lights and music went out, and the first model had to walk in the dark

The atmosphere: The models had to walk briefly in the dark

The atmosphere: The models had to walk briefly in the dark

Go back on!  The lights finally came back on for the rest of the show

Go back on! The lights finally came back on for the rest of the show

Travis showed off his shirtless chest in a leather vest, adding matching pants, a spiked collar and small framed sunglasses.

The Blink-182 drummer, 46, kindly watched Kourtney during the show with an ear-to-ear smile on her face.

Hours before the show, Kourtney took to her Instagram to respond to the backlash over being the sustainability ambassador.

Kourtney wrote on her Instagram on Tuesday, “I’ve been going back and forth about this @boohoo collection because the first thing I think of when I hear the words ‘fast fashion’ is that it’s bad for you. our planet.”

Close: Kourtney and Travis shared a kiss during the show

Close: Kourtney and Travis shared a kiss during the show

Giddy: Kourtney wore a choker, earrings and gloves to complete her fashion look, opting for sleek center-parted braids

Giddy: Kourtney wore a choker, earrings and gloves to complete her fashion look, opting for sleek center-parted braids

Iconic: The 43-year-old star wowed in a $35 black lace jumpsuit and $90 faux leather jacket from the collection for the Boohoo X Kourtney Kardashian fashion show

Iconic: The 43-year-old star wowed in a $35 black lace jumpsuit and $90 faux leather jacket from the collection for the Boohoo X Kourtney Kardashian fashion show

She went on to note that she expected the “backlash” “because the two just don’t go together,” but hopes the partnership will eventually raise awareness of the “impacts of fast fashion on our planet.”

“I thought about the fact that fast fashion, or the fashion industry in general, is not going anywhere,” she added.

“I thought about the impact of pushing Boohoo to make some initial changes and then holding them accountable for a bigger change. It’s definitely making noise, which is exactly what I was hoping for.

“I certainly don’t have all the answers, but for someone who has done a fast fashion line in the past, who hasn’t had a negative reaction because I wasn’t drawing attention to the idea to bring about better change, I am proud to do so with intention and purpose.

“I’ll expand on their changes, how we’ve made this line more sustainable, and what I’ve learned is what consumers can do to help…everything to come!!”

Striking: The fashion show consisted of his first collection with the brand, including a concert-style t-shirt for Blink-182 - Travis' rock band, as well as shiny red pants

Striking: The fashion show consisted of his first collection with the brand, including a concert-style t-shirt for Blink-182 – Travis’ rock band, as well as shiny red pants

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