The Hook columnist Gregory DelliCarpini Jr. is exploring the beats of the season and compiling a list of songs heard on Spring NYFW runways. Check back in daily as he updates with the hottest cuts.
DAY 2: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6
Show: Sergio Davila
Song: Quadron, "Pressure"
Inspired by 1920s in Havana and Buenos Aires, Sergio Davila created a colorful collection of art deco prints, bohemian floral peplum dresses and breezy rompers set against the backdrop of glamorous tunes.
Show: Rebecca Minkoff
Song: Janelle Monae, "Dance Or Die"
Daring gladiator heels marched down the catwalk as soulful R&B singer Janelle Monae performed tracks including this one live.
Show: Nicole Miller
Song: Deadmau5, "Clockwork"
Deadmau5' sweetly textured and edgy beats perfectly accentuated Nicole Miller's rebellious spring line inspired by the gardens of Versailles featuring fresh floral prints, leather jackets and slashed pants.
Show: Jasan Wu
Song: The Allman Brothers Band, "Jessica"
Alicia Keys sat front row as The Allman Brothers Band’s murky yet charming tune spoke to the collections muted color palette of white, nude, and black. The line featured oversized sweaters, jumpsuits and gold metallic dresses that recall the glam of the '30s.
Show: Rag & Bone
Song: Dani Sbert, "Western"
1990s tinged varsity sweaters, slouched leather pants and minimal silk dresses took to the catwalk as Dani Sbert’s ambient and electronic beat blared into the studio.
Show: Duckie Brown
Song: Leikeli47, "Miss America" As "Miss America" played in the background with lyrics saying "Dress like a boy, talk like a girl," a gender-bending collection of romantic threads in French lace, skirts and altered halter-tops took to the catwalk.