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New York Fashion Week Music: Emerson Spring/Summer 2013 Runway Playlist

The song that opened this year’s Emerson show started everything off with a great energy – I especially loved when the second model came out because she seemed to be completely in the moment. And how can you not be charmed by the song lyrics? “You’re from the ’70s, but I’m a ’90s bitch.” Seriously awesome. Emerson’s Jackie Fraser-Swan was inspired by ’70s horror movies Carrie and The Amityville Horror so lace, printed silks, and the colors of black, white, and red were abundant. Click on to see the video of the collection and find out what song I’m talking about (and the rest of the show’s playlist!):

0:00: Icona Pop, “I Don’t Care”

2:25: Simple Minds, “Theme for Great Cities”

4:20: Robyn, “Dancing On My Own”

7:40: Beastie Boys, “(You Gotta) Fight For Your Right (To Party)”

About Camille G.

Camille's passion for music began at the advent of the very illegal Napster, which she maaay or may not have used at the time. This interest made a natural progression into learning and teaching herself how to play various instruments for fun. Due to a lack of actual talent and the desire for job predictability, she graduated from Seton Hall University in nursing. When she has time off from her job as a registered nurse in NJ, she enjoys digging through the internet for new things to listen to. Sharing her discoveries and favorite songs with friends through mix CDs, playlists, blogs, and parties is the part of the music experience she enjoys the most, so this is a great opportunity for her to do just that.

One comment on “New York Fashion Week Music: Emerson Spring/Summer 2013 Runway Playlist

  1. How much did I bother you about this song? I’m still singing it. And not only in my head.

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