L.A.M.B. Fall 2011 Fashion Show Runway Playlist

What a great selection! We don’t think it’s a complete list cause we heard The Sex Pistols, The Speacial AKA’s “Girlfriend” and Prince’s “I Wanna Be Your Lover” in the “Extra” video clip.

NBC New York — New York Fashion Week ended last night with a whirlwind show from Gwen Stefani’s L.A.M.B., a high-end collection of women’s wear best known for red-carpet flourishes and relaxed rasta influence. The No Doubt singer closed Lincoln Center with six mini-collections inside the overarching show; looks included mod-throwback suiting, western-spring sweaters, ‘50s military jackets, and luxurious black gowns.

Gwen offered quality garments and, as usual, an even more excellent playlist; her show mixes are unequivocally the best of Fashion Week, and this season’s was arguably the most engaging yet. Can’t beat a pro at her own game, after all. Here’s what we jammed to alongside her and her family — including son Kingston, who darted onto the runway and chased after her during her designer bow in a seriously adorable moment.

L.A.M.B. Fall 2011 Collection runway show playlist:

(Preshow audience arrival)
Daniel A. Carlin & Bobby Muzingo – “Promentory (The Last of the Mohicans)”

(Show)
The Beatles – “A Day in the Life”
Queen/the Chemical Brothers – “We Will Rock You/Left Right” (mash-up)
Led Zeppelin – “Kashmir”
Gregory Isaacs – “Night Nurse”
Sparks – “This Town Ain’t Big Enough for the Both of Us”
David Bowie – “Rebel Rebel”
Malcolm McLaren – “Buffalo Gals”
Neneh Cherry – “Buffalo Stance”
Grandmaster Flash – “The Message”
The Kinks – “Sunny Afternoon”
The Beatles – “Tomorrow Never Knows”
The Who – “You Better You Bet”
The Beatles/The Kinks – “Get Back/All Day and All of the Night” (mash-up)
Deborah Harry – “Rush Rush”
Ledge – “Cyclone (Arias Remix)”

(Designer bow)
Gwen Stefani – “What You Waiting For?”

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