MFW: highlights from the runway soundtracks

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Wes Anderson movie music, an ode to life in plastic and St Vincent: here's our pick of the best beats that soundtracked the runway shows in Milan.

Marni
Consuelo Castiglioni picked Alexandre Desplat's "The Heroic Weather-Conditions of the Universe Parts 1-7" as her runway soundtrack for Spring/Summer 2015. The music which was originally composed for Wes Anderson's 2012 film "Moonrise Kingdom" set the perfect tone for Marni's mix of classical asceticism (built up from the basics) and floral exuberance.

http://youtu.be/ycNCAslpZF4

Moschino
Jeremy Scott's Barbie Girls got the perfect musical backdrop courtesy of 90s Danish-Norwegian pop-sensations Aqua. The American designer focused on the iconic Mattel toy for his design influence this season, and the bubble-gum pink colors and designs met their match with the Euro-Pop-Trance of 1997 smash hit "Barbie Girl."

http://youtu.be/ZyhrYis509A

Versace
St. Vincent, aka Annie Clark, has risen to the top of many critics' list over the past year, with her self-titled album hitting stores in February. Donatella Versace chose "Digital Witness" from the latest release as one of the final songs at her quirky, angular and feminine (just like Clark's music) Spring/Summer 2015 show.

http://youtu.be/mVAxUMuhz98

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