Fashion Week Tunes


Fashion Week shows offer more than just street style or runway trends. Artists from across the globe make their way to New York, London, Paris, and many other destinations, bringing the momentum of electric beats and a style all their own. Music, like the designs themselves, can help influence and forecast trends for the coming seasons. Below follows three top DJs to keep a look out for, in addition to a playlist of this fashion week’s finest tracks. Tennessee Thomas, a curator, drummer, and DJ, is drawn to all things 60s. The era’s music, fashion, and radical culture inspire both her music and her very own East Village boutique, “The Deep End Club”.


CoCo Robert is a 23-year-old DJ and style star. Since she starting spinning vinyl several years ago, the artist has become known for her incorporation of old-school hip-hop tracks and dynamic beats.


Soo Joo, a model and DJ, brings her eclectic taste to both the fashion and music industries. Soo Joo can be found DJing late night as a member of the collective +82, named after South Korea’s country code. Inspired by New York’s equally hectic nature, and its iconic musical past, the “mix master” blends modern and classic sounds to create her own contemporary version of ethereal dream pop.


Here is our list of top tracks from Fashion Week. Check it out on Spotify here, or listen with the videos below!

FKA Twigs: “Ultraviolet”

Villagers: “Occupy Your Mind”

Darq E Freaker: “Psychosis”

STRFKR: “Girls Just Want to Have Fun”

Brandy: “I Wanna Be Down (LeMarquis Remix)”

Starsweeper: “Boneless (Workout Mix)

Joni Mitchell: “Help Me”

Movement: “Ivory”

The Ronettes: “Be My Baby”

Henrik Schwarz: “Unknown Touch Two”

Jesse Marco: “Urban Survival Mix"

The Avalanches: “Subways”

Jack Garratt: “Water (Jesse & The Wolf Remix)”

Skepta: "Man"

Blood Orange: “With Him”

Images via (feature image), (Tennessee Thomas), (Coco Roberts), and (Soo Joo).