Top 10: The most important fashion trends for fall

The good news: If the fashion trends for autumn / winter 2017 is for everyone's taste. Corduroy and velvet are the trends on the rise, denim you wear now from head to toe, long fringed liven up any winter outfit and elegant suits allow us a cool dandy look. Moreover spotted on the catwalks of fashion capitals. Futuristic metallic looks in silver, diamonds and lots of red for an extra dose of girl power in the fashion continue to provide political slogan shirts. All top trends at a glance

Fashion Trend Fall / Winter 2017/18: all-over red



. On pink and pink now Red follows during the Fashion Weeks in New York, London, Milan and Paris was the signal color to see not only many shows guests - even on the catwalks prevailed Red Alert from head to toe: Fendi and Giambattista Valli for example, sent her models in soft clothes and boots in red on the catwalk, with Max Mara and Jason Wu one saw red winter coats with matching pumps.

Seen among others with: Fendi, Jil Sander, Givenchy, Christopher Kane, Max Mara, Molly Goddard, Alexander McQueen, Versace, Giambattista Valli, Prada, The Row, Monse, Proenza Schouler, Brock Collection, Victoria Beckham, Ryan Rouche, Jason Wu


Fashion Trend Fall / Winter 2017/18: retro corduroy



Some of the soft, velvet-like fabric with the typical ribbed pattern had disappeared from the scene - Cord celebrating in the autumn / winter season 2017/18 his fashion comeback. Particularly frequently spotted on the catwalks of designers? Suits and baggy pants corduroy with 70s charm.

Seen among others at: Marc Jacobs, Lemaire, Sportmax, Prada, Ermanno Scervino, Nina Ricci, Paul & Joe, Prada, Mulberry, Margaret Howell, Kenzo, Brock Collection, Tory Burch


Fashion Trend Fall / Winter 2017/18: thickness down



Cold gets us next season not guaranteed - in the course of the omnipresent streetwear trends Down-filled and quilted jackets and Coats are ubiquitous. Versace was short, quilted jackets in signal colors, coach with patches decorated down coats and Balenciaga down jackets with offset zipper.

Seen among others at: Versace, Tod's, Vetements, Balenciaga, Haider Ackermann, Versace, Coach, Public School, Philip Lim, Tom Browne, Lacoste, Dion Lee


Fashion Trend Fall / Winter 2017/18: Elegant Pantsuits



From because of stuffy - pantsuits in the dandy-style trend for winter 2017 are hardly any designer who showed no suits in the collection. Whether in black, midnight blue or gray (Alexander Wang, Loewe and Lemaire), striped (Altuzarra) or with floral pattern (Dries van Noten) - pantsuits present themselves as cool as ever, thanks to a wide fit and long blazer jackets.

Seen among others at: Balenciaga, Calvin Klein Collection, Stella McCartney, Max Mara, Trussardi, Alexander Wang, Teatum Jones, Celine, Dries van Noten, Isabel Marant, John Galliano, Lemaire, Maison Margiela, Hermes, Haider Ackermann, Jacquemus, Alexander McQueen, Jil Sander, Marni, Bottega Veneta, The Row, Victoria Beckham, Altuzarra, Loewe


Fashion Trend Fall / Winter 2017/18: Jeans from head to toe



Of the "Canadian Tuxedo" 2017 is acceptable. The look of denim trousers plus denim jacket has long been nothing more to do with the cliché of the Canadian woodworker. Combined into Basque hat and pointy heels (Dior), in the Dark Denim variant of boots and sandals (Stella McCartney and Versace Versus) or equal to overall (Calvin Klein Collection) - rarely was the "Jeans from head to toe"-Look so "in Fashion" and winter 2017th

Seen among others at: Stella McCartney, Calvin Klein Collection, Christian Dior, MSGM, Versus Versace


Fashion Trend Fall / Winter 2017/18: plaids, checks, plaids



Trends come. Trends go. Karos stay. Always. The evergreen among fashion trends, was during the fashion weeks again omnipresent. Whether as Glencheck-, tartan or Vichy variant, two-color or multi-colored, jacket, dress or pants - square patterns show up in the fall / winter 2017 more diverse than ever.

Seen among others at: Chloé, Gucci, Yeezy, Bottega Veneta, Victoria Beckham, Lacoste, Akris, Louis Vuitton, Sacai, Stella McCartney, Nina Ricci, Loewe, Hermes, Fenty Puma by Rihanna, Junya Watanabe, Esteban Cortazar


Fashion Trend Fall / Winter 2017/18: Fransen



Long fringed 20s Flapper style of dresses, coats and skirts and loose threads, as a decorative detail of sweaters, swing with every step and thus bring movement in every autumn / winter look.

Seen among others at: Alexander McQueen, Acne Studios, Sonia Rykiel, Sacai, Balmain, Celine, John Galliano, Christian Dior, Giorgio Armani, Louis Vuitton, Marco de Vincenzo, Gucci, Michael Kors Collection, Prabal Gurung, Maison, Margiela, Ellery, Creatures of the Wind


Fashion Trend Fall / Winter 2017/18: Protest Fashion



Even in winter 2017 fashion remains politically: Especially feminist slogan-shirts and sweaters icon within the meaning of Girl Power movement were to Paris ubiquitous on the catwalks of New York. 

Seen among others at: Prabal Gurung, Ashish, Redemption, Versace, Missoni, Public School, Pyper Moss, Creatures of Comfort, Sacai, Stella Jean, Ashley Williams, Christian Siriano, Zadig & Voltaire


Fashion Trend Fall / Winter 2017/18: Velvet



The soft material is gradually to Permatrend - This winter he will stay with us. Especially for dresses, skirts and suits, the luxurious material was used in many collections and usually shown in the form of stand-alone looks.

Seen among others at: Jill Stuart, Jenni Kayne, Zero + Maria Cornejo, Antonio Marras, Jason Wu, Altuzarra, Dion Lee, Monse


Fashion Trend Fall / Winter 2017/18: Silver, Metallic, Glitter



Futuristic shiny silver metallic looks are trend and should not be missing in autumn / winter 2017 in her closet. As reflective leather, in the lame-variant as Lurex version or with hologram effect - this trend makes itself from the simplest basic part of a fashion eye catcher.

Seen among others at: Jill Stuart, Jenni Kayne, Zero + Maria Cornejo, Antonio Marras, Jason Wu, Altuzarra, Dion Lee, Monse

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