The Top 10 Shows of Autumn/Winter 2017

At the end of a highly politicised fashion month, which included casting controversies, pussy power and a space ship, BoF brings you the Top 10 shows of Autumn/Winter 2017.

PARIS, France — This season saw designer’s responses to the shifting global political climate dominate the runways. From pussy powered protests to protectionism and paeans to multiculturalism, fashion is finding its voice in a brave — and scary — new world. BoF brings you the Top 10 shows of the Autumn/Winter 2017 season.

1. Balenciaga — designed by Demna Gvasalia, PFW

Balenciaga Autumn/Winter 2017 | Source:

There will probably always be those who attribute cynicism to Demna Gvasalia’s appropriations, but what was consolidated in this collection was a persuasive passion for what he does.

2. Calvin Klein designed by Raf Simons, NYFW

Calvin Klein Autumn/Winter 2017 | Source:

With this debut collection, Raf Simons pulled off a dazzling balancing act that synthesised flesh and spirit for a new age — with an outsider sensibility.

3. Prada — designed by Miuccia Prada, MFW

Prada Autumn/Winter 2017 | Source:

Miuccia Prada has gone back to the well where her label was once at its strongest: surreal, sexy, serious and, for all her uncertainty, utterly alluring.

4. Marc Jacobs – designed by Marc Jacobs, NYFW

Marc Jacobs Autumn/Winter 2017 | Source:

It was a genuine fashion moment, part celebration, part elegy. Marc Jacobs stands alone in New York in providing that depth of frisson.

5. Gucci — designed by Alessandro Michele, MFW

Gucci Autumn/Winter 2017 | Source:

There were a million bits and pieces in the Gucci show, some extremely beautiful, some ludicrous, and some a startling, provocative marriage of both.


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