New York Fashion Week Spring 2014 Runway Jams: Day 5

Models walk the runway at the Tommy Hilfiger Women's fashion show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Spring 2014 at Pier 94 on September 9, 2013 in New York City.

Peter Michael Dills/Getty Images for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Spring 2014

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.

Show: Tommy Hilfiger
Song: The Beach Boys, “Surfin' USA”

“Melrose to Malibu” was the spring flavor at Tommy Hilfiger’s runway show. Graphic color blocking, neoprene-bonded leathers, saturated Hawaiian prints, barracuda jackets and scuba jeans took to the sand-covered runway as the breezy beats of The Beach Boys, “Surfin' USA” played.  

Show: Thom Browne
Song:
Björk, “It’s Oh So Quiet”

An unconventional xylophone mix of Bjork’s “It’s Oh So Quiet” oozed with eccentric madness as fantastically twisted threads inspired by Elizabethan clowns, insane asylums and classic elegance sashayed down the runway.

Show: Phillip Lim
Song: Heart, “Barracuda”

Psychedelic prints, motorcycle jackets and lime-colored leather skirts hit the catwalk choreographed to Heart’s euphoric disco beat.

Show: Derek Lam
Song: Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Feat. Ray Dalton “Can’t Hold Us”

Plaid peplum tops, white gowns, 1940’s inspired short-sleeve dresses and low-hanging yellow skirts got an upbeat modern edge with the help of Macklemore & Ryan Lewis’s “Can’t Hold Us.”

Show: Carolina Herrera
Song: Cosi Fan Tutte, “Erre”

Cosi Fan Tutte’s impressionistic melody played as Carolina Herrera revealed a spring line filled with billowing gowns, suede jackets and cocktail dresses inspired by kinetic art.

Show: Alice + Olivia
Song:
Daft Punk Feat. Julian Casablancas, “Instant Crush”

Singer Taylor Momsen and Paris Hilton admired Alice + Olivia’s spring collection of “preppy-meets-pretty” numbers including glam rock bustier tops, lace dresses and color-blocked ball gowns as Daft Punk’s upbeat riffs blared into the studio.

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