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Turn it up with a playlist of hot-off-the-runway hits

Milan Fashion Week keeps it eclectic, from Kelela’s biggest banger to the avant-punk of Lydia Lunch

From the insane fluro carwash that was this season’s Moschino set, to the 1960's kaleidoscopic vision of Marni and the vibrant psychedelia at Gucci, Milan Fashion Week went by in a flurry of the weird, wonderful and downright trippy. As ever, this beautiful eclecticism wasn’t just felt in the look of the runway, but the sound of it too. Whether it was Jeremy Scott sampling Donna Summer on repeat for Moschino, Fendi keeping it lit with LA club kid-cum-soul singer Kelela, or Prada switching up with the avant-punk of Lydia Lunch, MFW made sure to bypass the boring in favour of the banging. With that in mind, we've collated all the stand out soundtracks into one playlist, so press play and turn it up!