Bill Nye and Buzz Aldrin Take to the Runway for NYFW

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Bill Nye and Buzz Aldrin Take to the Runway for NYFW
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Bill Nye and Buzz Aldrin Take to the Runway for NYFW
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Bill Nye and Buzz Aldrin Take to the Runway for NYFW
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Bill Nye and Buzz Aldrin Take to the Runway for NYFW
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After this year’s New York Fashion Week, one name will stick out for all the right reasons – Nick Graham. Graham, who is famous for his controversial underwear design with screen printed $100 bills, has given us another shock. For his Fall 2017 show, titled “Life on Mars: Fall-Winter 2035,” Graham recruited two surprising guests to join in on the fun.

Bill Nye, known for his self-titled show Bill Nye the Science Guy, narrated the show before giving his own strut down the catwalk in a tailored gunmetal suit paired with his signature bowtie. Standing at 6’1, Nye looked completely in his element. The 61-year-old icon walked down the runway while giving a smile even Tyra Banks would be jealous of. Oh, and the finger-guns he shot at the crowd while making his way down the runway? They only added to his out-of-this-world look.

After Nye’s exit, another modeling newcomer took a shot at the runway. Buzz Aldrin, the legendary astronaut, traded in his moon boots for silver sneakers and gave us his best fierce face and strut in a metallic bomber jacket and sleek black slacks. After leaving the stage, the 87-year-old spaceman said walking the runway “was as easy as walking on the moon,” referring to his lunar landing in 1969 along with fellow astronaut, Neil Armstrong. By the looks of Aldrin’s Twitter, he may milk this moment as long as he possibly can – and we approve.

So what’s next for these two? Bill Nye is focused on saving us all in an upcoming show on Netflix, while Buzz Aldrin is still dedicated to his work with NASA on projects like traveling to and exploring Mars. They may not be quitting their day jobs anytime soon, but we sure hope they come back next year!

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