Get The Ultimate Fashion Week Playlist

Entertainment Sep. 14, 2011 AT 3:23PM
Get The Ultimate Fashion Week Playlist

NYC Fashion week is in full swing, but with all the parties going on, what to play?

Fashionable producer tro The Stereotypes (often called the new Neptunes) have your playlist on lockdown. The Grammy nominees, who have worked with everyone from Justin Bieber to Usher and Mary J. Blige, whipped up their ultimate fashionable tunes to groove to all week just for UsMagazine.com.

Jay-Z ft. Pharrell "Change Clothes"  -- "The song itself is self explanatory. Jay-Z single handedly changed pop culture by transforming urban attire from athletic wear (ie. jerseys) to button ups, cuff links and a over more mature look."

Far East Movement ft. Stereotypes "Girls On The Dance floor" -- "Always dressed to the "T," their fashion taste speaks for itself. This song will always get it started in the club, BOOM!"

Justin Timberlake "Sexy Back"  -- "One of the first songs that kicked off the international dance craze in America. Definitely a runway song."

Lenny Kravitz "I Belong to You" -- "He exudes style and is a true rock star."

Fergie "Glamorous" -- "Fergie has really good style and this song sounds expensive."

Prince "I Wanna Be Your Lover" -- "Always comfortable in his sexuality makes his fashion unmistakable. Match that up with mega-hits and you have a legend!"

Michael Jackson "Off The Wall" -- "When you have a type of jacket named after you (i.e. Michael Jackson zipper jacket), you are definitely setting trends. Not to mention the one glove and high water pants set him apart from everyone else. Too many hits to mention, but this song is definitely a favorite."

N.E.R.D. "She Wants To Move" -- "Pharrell helps to bridge the gap between urban and skate culture. This song gets the girls to the dance floor, and if you know anything about the Stereotypes, that's what were all about."

Kanye West "Flashing Lights" --“Possibly the most fashionable artist in music of OUR Generation. He has brought high-end couture to urban music. This song makes you feel a star with paparazzi taking pics of you.”

Lady Gaga "Bad Romance" -- "She is already a fashion icon since her debut on the scene a couple of years ago. This song is an absolute smash!"

Madonna "Vogue" -- Couldn't have listed Lady Gaga without mentioning the original icon. She has influenced so many people in fashion, music, dance and sex."

Nirvana "Smells Like Teen Spirit" -- "Kurt Cobain was a genius. They brought the grunge scene to the mainstream and helped bring back rock music."

By Ian Drew for Us Weekly. To read more of Ian's blog, click here.

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