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#MusicMonday: Libertine's Runway Tunes

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Models on the Libertine spring 2016 show.

Enjoy!

New York Fashion Week ended last Thursday, but that doesn't mean the party has to stop there — at least not when it comes to reliving some of the runway shows' cool tunes. From the Willie Nelson playlist at Mara Hoffman's runway presentation to the Drake-dedicated soundtrack at Serena Williams' debut show, we're as much into the music as we are into the clothes.

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Among one of the most memorable shows we saw at NYFW was Libertine — despite UPS losing boxes with pieces that were supposed to be part of the Spring 2016 collection, designer Johnson Hartig still managed to present a line that was filled with fun, over-the-top details (think neon plastic chains, colorful patches and silver sequins). To match the collection's quirky mood, Hartig selected a playlist that included a bit from various music genres: hip-hop (Nicki Minaj's "Your Love"), psychedelic rock (Pierre Henry's "Psyche Rock") and '60s pop (Andy Williams' "Music to Watch Girls By"). 

Check out Libertine's runway playlist below. Enjoy!

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