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Solange Turns East River Track Into Her Stage During NYFW

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The singer performed as part of Maryam Nassir Zadeh’s spring '18 runway show. 

We've never been more jealous of not being on a fitness track in our lives. Alright, so we've never been jealous of not being on a fitness track but, on Tuesday, that moment happened because of Solange Knowles. The ethereal--and newly blonde--singer stopped by the East River Track to provide live vocals for Maryam Nassir Zadeh's spring '18 runway show.

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As joggers ran past Solange while she performed "Rise" alongside her seven-person band, a stream of models in neon-green jackets, sheer pink dresses, and metallic trousers walked the track. It was a relaxing, surreal moment in what has become an increasingly hectic New York Fashion Week, which is exactly what Zadeh had wanted.

"We will be doing a bit of a guerrilla show starting promptly at 3 p.m. (If you are late you will miss the show)," Zadeh's invitation read ahead of the show. The experiment she'd dreamt up clearly worked because, for one day only, a nondescript track on the East River became the stage for Solange's most intimate show yet. Watch the performance, below:

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