The soundtrack to Paris Fashion Week’s S/S 2015 womenswear shows

The soundtrack to Paris Fashion Week’s S/S 2015 womenswear shows
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Fashion week, these days, is about much more than just the collections. Showmanship is the name of game, and in the meticulously executed sartorial extravaganzas, the sound space is an element that no producer or designer can afford to overlook. Music royalty - past, present and future - is enlisted to ensure a full assault on the senses. Here, we bring you Paris Fashion Week's catwalk mega mix from the S/S 2015 womenwear collections.


Dries Van Noten
'Strange Entity' by Max Colombie AKA Oscar And The Wolf, in collaboration with Sem Jan


Roland Mouret
'Don't Go' by Izzy Lindqwister; 'Memorabilia' by Soft Cell; 'New Dorp. New York' by SBTRKT (feat Ezra Koenig); 'La Poupee Qui Fait' by Serge Gainsbourg
Music production: Nano de Clausel

Rick Owens
'Piano Concerto 1, Preludium' by Wojciech Kilar
Music production: Jeff Judd

FRIDAY 26/09

'Imagin' by Dark Sky; 'Music for 18 Musicians Section 4' by Steve Reich; 'Piano Phase' by Steve Reich; 'Music for 18 Musicians Section 5' by Steve Reich
Music production: Michel Gaubert

'Ouverture' by Koudlam; 'Loss (Regis Version)' by Ike Yard; 'The Magnificent Bukkake (1756-1785)' by Koudlam; 'Shake' by Cowboy Rhythmbox
Music production: Michel Gaubert

Isabel Marant
'New Dorp. New York' by SBTRKT (feat Ezra Koenig); 'Pump Me Up' by Trouble Funk; 'Electrodub' by Daniele Baldelli; 'Feel Up' by Grace Jones; 'New Dorp. New York' by SBTRKT (feat Ezra Koenig)

Maison Martin Margiela
'Assassin de la Police' by Cut Killer; 'Sweet Harmony' by The Beloved


Haider Ackermann
'One Space' by Senjan Jansen

SUNDAY 28/09

Exclusive mix by Disclosure

'This Woman's Work' by Kate Bush; 'Mishima / Closing' by Philip Glass; 'Need This (Radio Mix)' by Bok Bok & Tom Trago; 'In The Upper Room Dance No. 1' by Philip Glass; 'Vector' by Bok Bok & Tom Trago

'Strangers'; 'Numb'; 'Sour Times' all by Portishead

'Says' Composed and performed by Nils Frahm

'Radioactivity' by Kraftwerk; 'Just A Clutch' by The Martinez Brothers; 'Blondee' by The Martinez Brothers

MONDAY 29/09

Stella McCartney
'Imprint' by Must Die feat. Tkay Maidza; 'Bugatti' by Tiga; 'Kero Kero Bonito' by Kero Kero Bonito; 'Jane' by Girlpool; 'The Rain That Never Came' by Apache Sun
Music production: Tony Farsides

'Drown (Bonus Track)' by EMA; 'Rollin' & Tumblin'' by Kyoka; 'Ring Of Fire' by Wall Of Voodoo; 'Shanghai Freeway' by Fatima Al Qadiri; 'Locust' by &ME; 'In A Landscape (Solo Piano)' by John Cage & Sylvano Bussotti
Music production: Javier Peral

Saint Laurent
'1,2,3' by Aleide
Original song written and recorded by Aleide


'I'm Not Scared' by The Pet Shop Boys; 'Transperu' by Koudlam; 'Khan' by E-Versions
Music production: Michel Gaubert

'Body Double' by Pino Donaggio; 'Metti Una Sera A Cena' by Ennio Morricone & Edda Dell'Orso; 'Outside Looking' by Michael Nyman; 'Metti Una Sera A Cena' by Ennio Morricone and Edda Dell'Orso

Alexander McQueen
'Kodama' by Haruomi Hosono (from the O.S.T. Tales of Genji); 'Red Sex' by Vessel; 'Fairy Link' by Susumu Yokota; 'Drowned In Water And Light' by Vessel; 'Shambala Tsushin' by Haruomi Hosono and the Yellow Magic Band; 'Soul Love' by David Bowie
Music production: John Gosling


Louis Vuitton
'The Sound Of Silence' by Simon and Garfunkel
Music production: Leopold Ross and Michel Gaubert

Moncler Gamme Rouge
'Auto Music 2' by Brian Reitzell; 'Home: "Ruitor"' by Richard Pinhas; 'Il Sogno Di Una Cosa' by Kreidler; 'Prismatic Reflections' by Bitchin Bajas
Music production: Frédéric Sanchez

Miu Miu
'Female Trouble' by Melvin & Redd Kross; 'Past, Present and Future' by the Shangri-Las; 'Past, Present and Future' by Giddle & Boyd; 'Piano Sonata no 2: Moonlight' by Beethoven; '----S' by Moon Relay; '///////L' by Moon Relay; 'Female Trouble' by Divine

Fashion Features Editor

Jack Moss is the Fashion Features Editor at Wallpaper*, joining the team in 2022. Having previously been the digital features editor at AnOther and digital editor at 10 and 10 Men magazines, he has also contributed to titles including i-D, Dazed, 10 Magazine, Mr Porter’s The Journal and more, while also featuring in Dazed: 32 Years Confused: The Covers, published by Rizzoli. He is particularly interested in the moments when fashion intersects with other creative disciplines – notably art and design – as well as championing a new generation of international talent and reporting from international fashion weeks. Across his career, he has interviewed the fashion industry’s leading figures, including Rick Owens, Pieter Mulier, Jonathan Anderson, Grace Wales Bonner, Christian Lacroix, Kate Moss and Manolo Blahnik.