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The worlds of music and fashion are often interwoven: whether it is the soundtrack to a runway collection or your favourite tune to dress to. With that in mind, we are scanning our wardrobes and streaming tunes for a whole sensory style experience and toe-tapping enjoyment.

Here are some of our favourite combinations to spin you into a fashionable frame of mind.

 

Coastal Grandmother style translates beyond Nancy Meyer's dreamy home interiors (think Diane Keaton's home in Something's Gotta Give and Meryl Streep's in It's Complicated.) It's about crisp white wine, hydrangeas, bowls of lemons and a wardrobe to die for. Easy, breezy, yet immaculate, it's a look that embraces warm neutrals, lots of linen, chunky knitwear and cool coastal vibes.

Need-to-know: TikToker Lex Nicoleta, takes credit for #coastalgrandmother which after just one month garnered 14.2 million views and counting on the social media platform.

 

Channel Diane Keaton in… 

 

 

 

We pretend not to like smooth tunes, but secretly we adore them - that summery monolith of soft, jazzy rock we grooved along to in the late 1970s and early '80s. Think Fleetwood Mac, Supertramp, Hall & Oates, Christopher Cross, Kenny Loggins, and Phil Collins. Shake a Pina Colada, pack your bathers and hello sailor!

  

Cruise in nautical-inspired new season:

 

 

The best fashion shows combine magical runway sets, fabulous clothes and the world's most stunning models. And then there's the music. Stalk down the corridor to one of Ulla Johnson’s runway playlists.

  

Dress in fashion pack black: 

 

 

We love everything Nili Lotan stands for: luxury, timelessness and attitude.
So does fashion's elite, including Christy Turlington, Gigi Hadid and Kaia Gerber who clamour for her incredible seasonal foundation pieces.

It turns out we dig Nili's taste in music too.

  

Dress in our best of Nili’s new season: 

 

  

Got a playlist you think the world should know about? Share the love and leave your suggestion in the comment box below...

 

 


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