The Spring fashion runway shows already seem sooooo September 2016, but fashion designers are now highlighting their greatest hits in their Spring 2017 ad campaigns. Below, a look at some of the chosen themes and items that are bound to take off:
Gucci’s Gothiclettering, punk/classic mashup (buzz cuts, facial tattoos and tuxedo, anyone?) and print mixing means that anything is possible in 2017.
Lobster and Donald Duck patches on loafers paired with punk silver knuckle rings? Anything goes, remember?
Elle Fanning stars in the new Miu Miu campaign, featuring lots of print, pattern, and dimensional floral slides.
Versace went for color blocking drama with this model atop a horse and the handbag clipped tightly into the harness. Because fashion accessories should never get left behind.
Kate Spade turned to a beast of burden with its campaign, featuring a camel weighed down with bags in Manhattan.
Givency’s massive sliced agate pendant on Lucite link necklace? This is a statement necklace to end all statements.
Never one to shy away from a Maximalist approach, Roberto Cavalli focused on two major accessories trends here: a lush embroidered bag as well as a long-and-skinny chiffon scarf.
Remember the advertising credo “Product as Hero?” This Celine ad that to a literal level with its bag on a pedestal. Bold yellow and orange piping against a black background give off a powerful vibe.
Known for edgy, studded bags, Alexander Wang is going for the Bling in 2017. Giant clear crystals replace studs on bags and shoes.
This ad leaves little to the imagination when it comes to what they’re promoting. Here, supple satin stretch boots with a block heel.