The soundtrack to The Devil Wears Prada captures the agony and the ecstasy of being a fashionista, with introspective tracks and fabulous runway anthems, including the queen of them all, Madonna's "Vogue." Bitter:Sweet's "Bittersweet Faith," Mocean Worker's "Tres Tres Chic," DJ Colette's "Feelin' Hypnotized (Black Liquid Remix)," and David Morales and Tamra Keenan's "Here I Am (Kaskade Radio Edit)" have a similar sashay to their step. Meanwhile, Azure Ray's delicate "Sleep," Jamiroquai's "Seven Days in Sunny June," and U2's soaring, romantic "City of Blinding Lights" all manage to be bittersweet and chic at the same time. Theodore Shapiro's "Suite from The Devil Wears Prada" reflects the glamorous hustle-bustle and soul-searching moments of the film in its mix of symphonic, rock, and electronic arrangements. As far as fashion movie soundtracks go, it's not quite on par with Pret-A-Porter, Unzipped, or Funny Face, but The Devil Wears Prada is still pretty stylish.
AllMusic Review by Heather Phares