Milan Fashion Week gave us a dosage of eclectic beats, favouring under-the-radar musicians who rocked the runway loud and proud
There's no better way to make a debut than strutting down the runway along to some sick tunes. Such is the case for Peter Dundas. Orchestrating his debut collection for Roberto Cavalli along to The Juan MacLean's A Simple Design, the track's synth-heavy beats and hypnotising echoes boded well with Dundas' '80s-led showcase. Tame Impala's Let it Happen also animated Dundas' debut with Soulwax's heavy dance treatment. Kelela continued this dancy hypnotism with new track Rewind, teaming up with Karl Lagerfeld's billowy beauties at Fendi.
Not all of Milan was turning up the funk though. Costume National slowed things down with the steely cool vocals of indie artist Corina Repp, which aligned beautifully with the collection's black and white palette. Another pared back track was Danish trio Whomadewho's Ember, which provided a dreamy soundscape to Blumarine's sheer luxe. Relive the season below before you say ciao, Milano.