Spring ’17 Fashion Month Cheat Sheet

So much fashion, so little time. Spring ’17 Fashion Month was filled with many a memorable moment. From Marc Jacobs’ rave inspired collection, to Piccioli’s solo debut at Valentino, to the statement tee Chiuri sent down Dior’s runway, SS ’17 was brimming with newness and creativity to say the least. In an attempt to keep up with all the major news from New York to Paris, I’ve compiled a Fashion Month cheat sheet. Scroll down to find the trends, runway shows, and new ‘It’ models, that will have the fashion crowd talking till, well, it’s actually spring.


These two 💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💁🏼💁🏻💁🏽

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Jess PW, Vittoria Ceretti, and Yasmin Wijnaldum

Jess, Vittoria, and Yasmin are singularly strong models, but when the three get together, they are street style sensations.


Designer Debuts:

Maria Grazia Chiuri’s Dior Debut

Backstage view of the models lined up at our Spring-Summer 2017 fashion show. #DiorSS17 #PFWSS17

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Chiuri, the first-ever female creative director of Dior, debuted her collection for the brand at PFW. While a bit edgier than the lady-like attire Dior is known for, Chiuri’s collection included sheer tulle skirts paired with military boots and fencing-inspired jackets that were a hit amongst the fashion scene.

Pierpaolo Picciolo’s Solo Valentino Debut

When feminine silhouettes and the finest fabrics combine, magic happens. #SpringSummer2017

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Off-the-shoulder bohemian gowns accessorized with metal lipstick holders and romantic braids were just some of the gorgeous looks that Picciolo sent down the runway.

See Now, Buy Now:


A few select designers, including Ralph Lauren and Burberry, took part in the see-now-buy-now philosophy, offering ready-to-wear pieces for sale following their shows.


Alexander Wang x Adidas


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Following Wang’s S/S ’17 collection, models clad in black and white activewear stormed the runway to announce Wang’s latest collaboration, Adidas Originals x Alexander Wang.


80’s Ladies


Balenciaga, Topshop Unique, Emilio De La Morena, Saint Laurent

Think, what would Molly Ringwald wear?

Feathers, Bows, and Ruffles! Oh My!


Milly, Chloe, Monique Lhuillier, Chloe

Lolita dressing at it’s finest.



Oscar De La Renta, Valentino, Sportmax, Isabel Marant

Don’t count the little white dress out for spring, but do invest in a little red dress as well.

Heavy Metal


Narciso Rodriguez, Saint Laurent, Oscar De La Renta, Isabel Marant

Designer’s transformed your favorite clothing items into truly spectacular pieces thanks to the help of a metallic fabric or two.

A New Kind Of Neckline


Monique Lhuillier, Roland Mouret, Brandon Maxwell, Emilia Wickstead

A myriad of sexy new necklines graced the Spring ’17 runways.

Little Girl Blue


Pringle of Scotland, Celine, DKNY, Rochas

While fuchsia and yellow were sprinkled throughout Fashion Month’s shows, it was the shades of blue, from pastel to royal, that caught my eye.

The “Naked Dress”


Dior, Emilio Pucci, Giambattista Valli, Balmain

While not as literal as Carrie’s naked dress in SATC, this ultra-sheer trend reveals just as much, if not more skin.

Borrowed From The Boys


Off-White, Chloe, Stella McCartney, Marissa Webb

Deconstructed shirting is a must for spring.

Flower Power


Paul Smith, Chloe, Monique Lhuillier, Jenny Packham

As per usual, florals ruled the SS’17 runway.

B & W


Chloe, Dior, Alberta Ferretti, Carven

Thanks to designers like Dior and Carven, this classic combo feels funky and fresh.

All That Glitters…


Emilio Pucci, Alexander Wang, Louis Vuitton, Lanvin

According to Louis Vuitton and Alexander Wang, daytime sequins are a thing of the very near future.

A Higher Crop


Altuzarra, Blumarine, Giambattista Valli, Fendi

Meet the crop top’s more scandalous cousin, the bra top.

White Out


Rodarte, Jonathan Simkhai, Oscar De La Renta, Sportmax

Designer’s gave summer whites a makeover with lace, leather, and lots of beading.

The Cropped Coat


Lanvin, Carolina Herrera, Guy Laroche, Fendi

Your favorite jackets, just shorter.



Carolina Herrera, Jonathan Simkhai, Au Jour Le Jour, Kenzo

Want to dress down an evening gown or rock a strapless at work? No problem, just throw a button-up underneath, and voila.


Messy Liner + Sleek Hair – Balmain

Balmain glam by @sammcknight1 & @tompecheux 💚💛💙 #pfw

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All About The Eyes – Versace

Beach Babe – Alexander Wang

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Stained Lips + Romantic Braid – Valentino

Fresh Face – Isabel Marant

Backstage @isabelmarant Make Up by @lisabutlermua ❤️

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Moody Glam – DKNY

mother @patmcgrathreal does it again 😍😍 loved the look for @dkny

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Dior, Elie Saab, Chanel, Max Mara

Set aside your straw hat this spring, and opt instead for a cool cap à la Chanel.

Femme Fetale Footwear


Giambattista Valli, Dries Van Noten, Tory Burch, Isabel Marant

Any heel, or lack of heel, is in for Spring ’17, as long as it’s embellished with ruffles, bows, and or a plethora of jewels.

Walking Boots


J.W. Anderson, Versus Versace, Burberry, Isabel Marant

The edgier the boot the better.

The Statement Earring


Nehera, Chanel, Michael Kors, Saint Laurent

Coco Chanel said, “Before you leave the house, look in the mirror and take one thing off.” I like to think this is how the one earring trend started.



Isabel Marant, Alberta Ferretti, Isabel Marant, Alexander McQueen

Cinch your waist in style with knotted belts and mini corsets.

Macro and Micro Bags


Valentino, Vionnet, Celine

Oversized totes, belly bags, and micro minis — no bag is off limits this spring.

Images: Vogue Runway ; @vittoceretti, @dior, @maisonvalentino, @burberry, @alexanderwangny, @josephineskriver, @patmcgrathreal, @romeestrijd, @doutzen/ Instagram

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