Milan Men’s Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2014 is winding down and London Men’s Fashion Week has come and gone. Not only does this means you get a glimpse of all the new trends for next year but fashion runways also mean you get to hear some cool music as well. Since we did a roundup of music for the various women’s fashion weeks, it only seems fair that we do one for the men as well. So here we go!
Milan Men’s Fashion Week
South Pacific Soundtrack (1958 Film) – There is Nothin’ Like a Dame at DSquared2: The musical film South Pacific was a clear inspiration for the jungle themed runway, with all the scantily clad male models looking like they been dropped onto an island in the South Pacific.
“Skinny Little Girls” by Hanni El Khatib at John Varvatos: Since this is a men’s fashion show there were no skinny little girls on the runway (but there were probably some in the audience). So you’ll have to settle for some skinny rocker male models.
“We Disappear” by Jon Hopkins at Salvatore Ferragamo: You won’t likely disappear in this sportswear meets futuristic collection.
“Ace of Spades” by Motörhead at Calvin Klein: An English heavy metal band is not what I picture when I think of Calvin Klein, but I guess this collection is not one to be messed with.
“The Blues (It Began in Africa)” Romare at Missoni: This collection definitely did not leave me feeling blue.
“Flor d’Luna (Moonflower)” by Santana at Etro: They might be an Italian design house but there were clearly some Mexican inspirations in their latest collection; make sure to check out the sombreros on the runway.
“The Witch (Aswefall Remix)” Dombrance feat. Sourya at Gucci: a sleek and clean song for a sleek and clean collection.
“Only Human” by The Snap! at Jil Sander: This design house is known for its minimalism, and you can’t get more minimal than just a dude beatboxing.
“I’m a Man” by Iggy and The Stooges at Versace: Versace is the epitome of Italian sexiness, so it’s no wonder they chose Iggy Pop who’s no stranger to showing some skin.
London Men’s Fashion Week
“Introvert” by Squeeze at Burberry Prorsum: This collection is perfect for the British wallflower who’s finally ready to get noticed.
“Bowls” Caribou at Vivienne Westwood: For those who like to walk on the unbeaten path.