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NYC fashion: Model your spring looks on these local musicians

Each of these artists represents a genre from our spring fashion issue. Listen to their tunes and be inspired by their unique sense of NYC fashion.

 (Photograph: Anna Sian)
Photograph: Anna Sian

1. Hip-hop
Rapper Talib Kweli(talibkweli.com) performs at Brooklyn Bowl(61 Wythe Ave at North 11th St, Williamsburg, Brooklyn; 718-963-3369, brooklynbowl.com) March 17, 18.

 (Photograph: Scott Furkay)
Photograph: Scott Furkay

2. Pop
Tecla(iamtecla.com) releases her We Are the Lucky Ones album Mar 19. The album release party is Mar 26 at Joe’s Pub at the Public Theater(425 Lafayette St between Astor Pl and E 4th St; 212-539-8778, joespub.com; $15).

 (Photograph: Decca/Andrew Eccles)
Photograph: Decca/Andrew Eccles

3. Classical
Renée Fleming stars in André Previn’s opera A Streetcar Named Desire at Carnegie Hall(154 W 57th St between Sixth and Seventh Aves; 212-247-7800, carnegiehall.org) Mar 14.

 (Photograph: Jennifer Tzar)
Photograph: Jennifer Tzar

4. Indie
Isles, the debut album by brother-sister duo Wild Belle(wildbelle.com), was released Mar 12.

 (Photograph: Eric Anderson)
Photograph: Eric Anderson

5. Country
Brooklyn country group the Lone Bellow(thelonebellow.com) performs at the Beacon Theatre(2124 Broadway between 74th and 75th Sts, 212-465-6500) Mar 22 and 23.

These musicians all represent different genres of music and style, but with a distinctive NYC fashion sense. Catch them live or buy their new albums. Pick up pop singer Tecla’s and indie-rockers Wild Belle’s new albums, or check out rapper Talib Kweli, Brooklyn country band the Lone Bellow or classical singer Renée Fleming performing live at some of NYC’s best music venues.

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