5 Of My Favorite Pre-Fall 2017 Collections

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Since the day Fashion Week ended in September, I have been looking forward to the next season of collections to come. Now that December has rolled around, the Pre-Fall collections are finally here and I couldn't be happier. The start of this fashion season also happens to coincide with finals week, so browsing through all the new collections has been a nice way for me to take study breaks.

Just in time for the holiday season, the 2017 Pre-Fall collections are festive and fun. Here are my top 5 favorite collections from this season, which you can view in completion by clicking on the linked names.


Victoria Beckham
Everybody knows that a VB woman is mysterious, cool and powerful -  the lookbook for the Pre-Fall 2017 collection proved just that. The clothes are effortless and chic. The photography in this lookbook is unlike that of any other lookbook I have seen for this season and I really loved the results.





Diane von Furstenberg
Before I get to the actual clothes, I have to mention the stunning photography and modeling in the entire lookbook for DVF's Pre-Fall 2017 collection. I'm not sure who the creative director was for this shoot, but I would love to see more of their work. The pieces in this collection were interesting and fresh for the classic feminine brand.






Elie Saab
"Major holiday party realness" is how I would describe this collection in one sentence. Like I said before, Pre-Fall 2017 is the season for fun and festivity. I love the details in these pieces which really sets this collection apart from others.





Protagonist
Simple and elegant - two words which are essential to a great collection. Protagonist gets an A from me for producing this clean, yet interesting collection. Keeping the looks playful with interesting and sexy silhouettes makes the pieces in this collection timeless and fit for every powerful woman.






Monse
Everything in this collection screams editorial to me. The clothes are beautifully structured, innovative and fun. I would love to see these pieces both in editorials and on the red carpet - I can picture Karlie Kloss or Natasha Poly looking stunning in that gorgeous red gown. The opportunities are endless for this collection, in terms of both styling and editorials.






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