The 7 Best Songs from Fashion Month To Date

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For their Spring/Summer 2016 shows, designers are sending models down the runway to a variety of music genres in order to get their sartorial messages across – from Alexander Wang’s ode to British hip-hop to Michael Kors’ use of Florence + The Machine’s album of the summer. Read on to discover Savoir Flair’s favorite music moments of Fashion Month to date.

1. Lady Leshurr at Alexander Wang
26-year-old British rapper Lady Leshurr’s “Queen Speech 3” was the backdrop to Wang’s Spring 2016 show. Watch this artist, because we predict she’ll be the next star to break the Internet.

Click here to listen to the song.

2. Bob Marley at Tommy Hilfiger
Hilfiger’s Rasta-inspired show featured feel-good vibes from none other than music legend Bob Marley himself. Models splashed down the runway to the sounds of “Could You Be Loved”.

Click here to listen to the song.

3. Kanye West feat. Ty Dolla $ign and Post Malone at Yeezy
West debuted his latest track, a Motown-inspired, morose tune befitting his moody presentation, at the Yeezy Season 2 show.

4. Florence + The Machine at Michael Kors 
“How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful” blared on the speakers as Kors’ sophisticated models floated down the runway in his Spring 2016 ethereal styles.

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5. Drake at Diane von Furstenberg
Karlie Kloss and Kendall Jenner strutted down DVF’s 70s-inspired runway to the song of the summer, Drake’s “Hotline Bling”.

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6. Thom Yorke at Rag & Bone 
For the fourth year in a row, Radiohead singer Thom Yorke contributed to Rag & Bone’s soundtrack. This year, it was his chilling song “Villain” that accompanied the models down the runway.

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7. Alison Moyet at Burberry Prosum 
The British brand is known for letting music take the stage alongside fashion at its presentations, and this year was no exception. Christopher Bailey commissioned a 32-piece orchestra to accompany singer Alison Moyet during his Spring 2016 show in Hyde Park.

Click here to listen to the song.

Photo: Courtesy of Net-a-Porter

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