You recognize you’ve made it large when designer labels use your music for his or her vogue reveals!
That’s proper, our very personal Malaysian singer, Yuna has had certainly one of her songs performed throughout New York Trend Week for Oscar de la Renta’s grand finale. *cue the applause*
In the course of the grand finale, the songstress’ 2012 hit “Lullabies” was performed within the background while mannequin Bella Hadid walked the runway donning a powerful Oscar de la Renta strapless black robe. This gown is giving me Morticia Addams vibes!
FYI, Oscar de la Renta is a well-known title within the vogue business. Hollywood celebrities like Taylor Swift and Rihanna have famously worn attire by the luxurious label for crimson carpet occasions.
Yuna excitedly posted the enduring second on her Instagram and on the time of writing, Yuna’s publish has garnered over 80,000 views and greater than 100 feedback. Wow, that’s loads!
You’ll be able to take a look at the publish right here:
For those who didn’t know, “Lullabies” is a music from Yuna’s self-titled album which was written by herself and produced by Chris Braide, who’s a Grammy-nominated British music producer. He has additionally labored with artists like Selena Gomez and Lana Del Ray.
However, Bella Hadid shared one other video on her IG the place she was seen practising her stroll for the large finale while Yuna’s “Lullabies” was taking part in within the background. You’ll be able to watch her practising her strut on the runway right here:
Properly, getting your music performed on a prestigious runway is actually one thing to be pleased with and we hope that this wouldn’t be the final time Yuna’s songs get performed in a global area just like the New York Trend Week. Hopefully, we’ll get to see extra of her songs being performed.
In case you’ve hadn’t listened to her music “Lullabies”, you are able to do so right here:
On that be aware, we congratulate Yuna for getting her music featured throughout Oscar de la Renta’s grand finale – we couldn’t be extra proud! <three
Additionally learn: Malaysia’s Yuna Is Now Ranked Alongside Beyoncé, Rihanna