The Best Songs We Heard At Fashion Week

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If Fashion Week had a soundtrack, it would undoubtedly include the popping open of Diet Cokes, the click-clack of editors' heels, and several rounds of applause. Though a bit of atmosphere is always appreciated, these are certainly not the sounds we think of when we recall the sashays of our favorite models.
So we've opted for the songs we actually heard on the runways. Between snapping pics of the best shoes, hair, and accessories, we were also busting out Shazam. Indeed, our mission is to bring you the full experience of Fashion Week, and the designer tunes are just another piece of the pie. Ahead, the playlist that'll make you feel like you were listening from the front row, too.
"Wave Life," Last Days of 1984
Marc by Marc Jacobs
"Wwprd," Jeffrey Lewis and the Rain
"Florence to Rome," Andy Cato
Karen Walker
"Native Dreams," Rose Windows
Rebecca Taylor
"Buffalo Stance," Neneh Cherry
"Superstar," Jamelia
"5 AM," SomethingALaMode
Lela Rose
"East Coast Girl," Cayucas
"Paint A Smile On Me," Black Yaya
Louise Goldin
"Freaks," Krayzie Bone & Play N Skillz
"Ride the Wave," John O'Callaghan & Giuseppe Ottaviani
"Drop Me a Line," Midnight Magic
Richard Chai Love
"Million Dollar Bills," Lorde
"Life Ain't Enough for you," The Legendary Tigerman