The Top 50 Looks From the Pre-Fall 2017 Collections

What is Pre-Fall, anyway? It is the season that you probably should pay more attention to, as it is in stores longer than most. Dropping in May and available through the end of the summer, the Pre-Fall collections offered looks made for all types of weather, in addition to chic suits and dresses worthy of both the red carpet and all types of summer weddings. With Fall 2017 shows looming, here is look at the fashion we’ll be wearing throughout the dog days of summer, which can’t come soon enough!


Bottega Veneta – “This Bottega Veneta leather trench coat is worth investing in – a piece that will never go out of style.” – Rickie De Sole, Fashion and Accessories Market Director .


Givenchy – “I love the ease of this look – a casual pants with a giant fur thrown over the arm. it is the perfect dressed up/dressed down combination.” – Rickie De Sole, Fashion and Accessories Market Director


Altuzarra – “Joseph Altuzarra has proven to be a master at Modern Evening – giving us clothes that are dressy but not stuffy. this sparkler is no exception.” – Rickie De Sole, Fashion and Accessories Market Director


Erdem – “This look sums up trans-seasonal dressing for me. A simple summer dress that proves it can go from warm days to cold with matching tights and a marabou jacket. This is what I want to wear to weddings this summer and into fall!” – Rickie De Sole, Fashion and Accessories Market Director


Valentino – “They call it ‘Valentino red’ for a reason! Pierpaolo Piccioli staged a breathtaking pre fall show at the Beekman hotel in New York that was full of wearable yet dreamlike clothes. This red dress was a stand out!” – Rickie De Sole, Fashion and Accessories Market Director


Stella McCartney – “Stella McCartney’s Pre-Fall collection – presented at the iconic Cotton Club with a performance by Alicia Keys – is as fun as the evening itself. I adore this red fringe frock layered over a bright pink pant.” – Nora Milch, Senior Accessories Editor


Nina Ricci – “For Nina Ricci’s Pre-Fall collection, designer Guillaume Henry perfectly mixes masculine shapes with feminine touches. These oversized trousers are paired with a one-shoulder knit bodysuit with a cutaway hip highlighting the pois tights worn underneath.” – Nora Milch, Senior Accessories Editor


Chanel – “This ivory tweed skirt suit opening Chanel’s Pre-Fall show at The Ritz in Paris is the brand at its best!” – Nora Milch, Senior Accessories Editor


Carolina Herrera – “I love the soft silhouette and fluidity of this feminine dress by Carolina Herrera.” – Nora Milch, Senior Accessories Editor


Protagonist – “Protagonist’s head-to-toe monochromatic cream look highlights one of my favorite Pre-Fall trends.” – Nora Milch, Senior Accessories Editor


Fendi – “When I first saw this look, I immediately thought of our September cover girl, Rihanna, wearing this down the streets of New York. This pre-fall, Fendi has found the seemingly impossible way to make leisure wear work for everyday business wear, and, I for one, am obsessed.” – Christy Key, Fashion Assistant


Monique Lhuillier – “Award season is in full swing, and the moment I saw Monique Lhuillier’s pre-fall collection I was wondering which celebrities would wear these dresses. I’m hoping for a Dakota moment, Fanning or Johnson, in this number – a timeless dress perfect for any red carpet.” – Christy Key, Fashion Assistant


Prabal Gurung – “Prabal Gurung has designed my idea of the ultimate party dress. Look 26 is the classic wrap dress in a beautiful deep metallic, and if we have seen one thing this season- metallics are IN. I need this dress in my wardrobe immediately.” – Christy Key, Fashion Assistant


Public School- “Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne, Public School’s designers, have created the ultimate athleisure look. Comfortable and easy, yet completely put together and a look you can wear just about anywhere.” – Christy Key, Fashion Assistant


Coach – “I’m a sucker for a beautiful, dainty dress and a great coat moment and here Coach does both. And catch how cute the accessories are!” – Christy Key, Fashion Assistant


Delpozo – “Delpozo consistently comes out with a strong, architectural yet ethereal collection each season. This look is no exception, and with award season in full effect I’m hoping to see this make a red carpet appearance (paging Emma Stone).” – Courtney Costello, Fashion Market Assistant


Elie Saab – “The 80’s redux trend is still strong as seen on this Elie Saab look. The combination of the accentuated shoulders with the sleek silhouette makes for a sophisticated, retro look.” – Courtney Costello, Fashion Market Assistant


J. Mendel – “Red, being one of the colors of the season, makes for a great monochromatic look. Paired with another strong trend this season, fur, this J Mendel look is a “look to try” come fall.” – Courtney Costello, Fashion Market Assistant


MM6 Maison Margiela – “I’m loving the accessories in this MM6 Maison Margiela look. It follows the “high-low” trend we’ve been seeing in brands like Vetements and Alexander Wang that make luxury feel more relatable.“ – Courtney Costello, Fashion Market Assistant


Oscar de la Renta – “Oscar de la Renta the brand, while rich with heritage, has been paving a whole new path the past few seasons. Creating designs with a more boho vibe, this look is the perfect combination of a classic ‘Oscar dress’ with a whole new influence.” – Courtney Costello, Fashion Market Assistant


Adam Lippes – “For those in constant search of a daily uniform that want to steer away from the ubiquitous and adored black, this is the look. – Adam Lippes made it for you.” – Sarah Zendejas, Market Editor


Christian Dior – “With individuality and expression through dress being the theme Maria Grazia Chiuris’ second collection for the house, she proposed 68 unique looks making it difficult to select a just one as a favorite.” – Sarah Zendejas, Market Editor


Christopher Kane – “The is something very tender about Christopher Kane’s PF collection. Should my elementary school art teacher have worn this look on the first day of school, she would have won my heart at first sight!” – Sarah Zendejas, Market Editor


Creatures of the Wind – “One of the standout pieces from the Creatures of the Wind collection is this coat – a beautifully executed take on a 70’s patchwork trench.” – Sarah Zendejas, Market Editor


Giamba – “Patent leather is a favorite material – lucky for those of us that love it, it has made an appearance in the past seasons. This black glossy coat with the unexpected white feathers peeking out of the neck is on my wish list.” – Sarah Zendejas, Market Editor


Tome – “Paring all three major trends this season, this Tome look was monochromatic, pink and romantic. Perfect for the work place or evening drinks.” – Colin Summers, Accessories Assistant


Gucci – “With award season in full swing every designer seems to be creating that once red carpet look and with Gucci’s pre fall I think we found it! Pink and romantic, this look will land any leading lady on the best dressed list.” – Colin Summers, Accessories Assistant


Jonathan Simkhai – “As post poster for Jonathan Simkhai and our November Girl this look screams Gigi Hadid. I love his combination of romantic details and alluring sex appeal. Im sure it wont be long before this is shot on one of todays it girls.” – Colin Summers, Accessories Assistant


Roksanda – “2016 was the year of politics so its no surprise that it made an impression on designers. With Hillary Clintons influence on women’s work place fashion, it is safe to say this look from Roksanda’s Pre-Fall collection is the new pant suit for 2017.” – Colin Summers, Accessories Assistant


Emilio Pucci – “The photography of Slim Arrons was a major influence on Emilo Pucci’s collection this season, which is clear in look 25. With crips colors and structured high-wasted pants its not hard to imagine this look strolling through Capri.” – Colin Summers, Accessories Assistant


Edun – “Monochromatic dressing took precedence over pre-fall, and this textured set shows the trend brilliantly in a luminescent red.” – Sam Walker, Associate Accessories and Men’s Market Editor


Monse – “Reminiscent of Julia Robert’s horse racing look in Pretty Woman, Monse’s polka dot number revived a classic print with a modern silhouette.” – Sam Walker, Associate Accessories and Men’s Market Editor


Narciso Rodriguez – “After seasons of feeling slightly passé, the leather trouser suddenly feels tres au current thanks to Narciso Rodriguez’s pairing with a structured cropped jacket.” – Sam Walker, Associate Accessories and Men’s Market Editor


Nili Lotan – “I couldn’t help but fall for this quintessential boiler suit from Nili Lotan. A bold nylon onesie punctuated in zippers, it’s the easiest way to look cool on weekends.” – Sam Walker, Associate Accessories and Men’s Market Editor


Victoria Beckham – “Taking comfort dressing to a whole new level, this oatmeal set is an elevated take on knitwear.” – Sam Walker, Associate Accessories and Men’s Market Editor


Versace – “This collection presents a seamless transition from the much loved trends of Spring into the lead up to Fall. This biker chick-esque adaptation on the classic beige trench helps to transform a look that filled the SS17 runways for the colder months ahead.” – Gabriella de Givenchy, Fashion Market Assistant


Carven – “Carven never disappoints to elevate everyday style with simple patterns and exaggerated shapes like these statement cuffs!” – Gabriella de Givenchy, Fashion Market Assistant


Etro – “Filled with rich color and light, Etro’s latest collection does not shy away from the playful side of fashion. This chic pajama inspired look tempts you away from the bed and out on the town.” – Gabriella de Givenchy, Fashion Market Assistant


Rochas – “Alessandro Dell’Acqua presents one of the seasons favorite colors, yellow, as a pop light amongst the dark florals of the gown bringing life into the Pre-Fall season.” – Gabriella de Givenchy, Fashion Market Assistant


Ellery – “A collection filled with bold shapes elaborates the style of the modern day working woman.” – Gabriella de Givenchy, Fashion Market Assistant


Milly – “I like the easy attitude of this look, the effects of deconstructed shoes and layering are key!” – Schanel Bakkouche, Jewelry Assistant


Cushnie et Ochs – “The power of white for this PreFall look! Minimalist and elegant, I like the silhouette and the graphic color combination.” – Schanel Bakkouche, Jewelry Assistant


Dion Lee – “Make it causal and chic ! This is the perfect mix of the season on this nice satin feminine dress.” – Schanel Bakkouche, Jewelry Assistant


Diane Von Furstenberg – “We always need a nice jumpsuit! I like how this one is a bit less traditional with a nice asymmetry to give some shape. Perfect for wear for a cocktail!” – Schanel Bakkouche, Jewelry Assistant


Giorgio Armani – “Nice masculine-inspired shoes with a feminine aplomb as we can see in this blazer. I also love this leather long skirt.” – Schanel Bakkouche, Jewelry Assistant


Cinq à Sept – “Malia Obama recently wore Cinq à Sept to her father’s farewell speech, and we hope she continues to wear the young contemporary brand. We can see her wearing this dress to a dinner on her new college campus.” – Caroline Grosso, Senior Digital Fashion Editor


Thom Browne – “There were so many good pieces from the new pre-fall collection that I actually wanted to buy and wear. This puffer, in Thom Browne’s classic colors, was a stand-out.” – Caroline Grosso, Senior Digital Fashion Editor


Rosetta Getty – “I have been a fan of Rosetta Getty’s long and lean silhouettes, and this fur jacket – which hits right below the knees – is a luxe coat with a great shape” – Caroline Grosso, Senior Digital Fashion Editor


Ulla Johnson – “I love that fashion is feeling more romantic and a bit bohemian again, and Ulla Johnson makes charming pieces that I’d love to wear, and I’d love to have that bag and those shoes, too!” – Caroline Grosso, Senior Digital Fashion Editor


Michael Kors – “This is the essential office to cocktail look – cozy knit on top, shimmery fringe on the bottom! The crisp white shirt with oversized cuffs helps keep this look feeling modern.” – Caroline Grosso, Senior Digital Fashion Editor