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Laura Poretzky, Abaete
Fall inspiration: "The songs are only similar in the way that they are very romantic, and at the same time sad."
Playlist: "Lover, You Should've Come Over" by Jeff Buckley; "Change Your Mind" by The Killers; "Somewhere Only We Know" by Keane; "Disritimia" by Martinho da Vila; "Sometimes" by My Bloody Valentine
Fall inspiration: "Contemporary and traditional fusion and the existence of delicacy in strength. These classic and current bands coming out of Europe have inspired my fall/winter 2007 collection."
Top played bands: "The Smiths"; "Kasabian"; "Joy Division"; "Sigur Ros"
Stacey Bendet, Alice + Olivia
Fall inspiration: "Nouvelle Vague's 'This Is Not A Lovesong' reminds me of sitting at my friend Nick's restaurant and indie rock bar 'BC' in Paris. It makes me think of late nights, girls all in black, dark and sexy but in a quirky French way. During the day I think of a white button down with a super sleet short black jumper over it, sexy high leather boots, beret and very red lips strolling through the 6eme."
Playlist: "This Is Not A Lovesong" by Nouvelle Vague; "Madame Hollywood" by Felix Da Housecat; "You Can't Be Funky" by Bush Tetras; "Underdressed" by Stellastarr; "I Need Your Love" by The Rapture
Playlist: "Seadrums" and "House of Sun" by Boredoms; "Over the Edge" by Wipers; "The Greatest" by Cat Power; "Vienna" by Ultravox; "Only You" by Yaz
Fall inspiration: "I've been listening to some experimental jazz and electronic music from the U.S. and Brazil among other places that bring me this idea of a real ‘urban diva’. This music reflects the collection and the show's soundtrack. This idea of sophisticated, artsy and international music that could be listened to by the woman I am designing for in New York, Paris or Sao Paulo."
Top played musicians: "Ambitious Lovers"; "Ricardo Villalobos"; "Ursula Rucker"; "Jimi Tenor"; "Annette Peacock"