The Top 10 Fashion Accessories Campaigns of Fall ’17

In What's New, Accessories by Ann Loynd

It may be the height of summer, but designers are gearing up for fall with new ad campaigns. Soon to grace the pages of your favorite glossy magazines, these Fall campaigns offer a glimpse into what the biggest houses predict will sell out in the upcoming seasons. Overall, accessories look to be a literal bright spot for luxury brands, presenting colorful options that fall outside the traditional golds and burgundies. Check out some of our favorites so far:

Emilio Pucci

Photographer: Charlie Engman

Emilio Pucci’s ’80s-inspired campaign features après ski–inspired glasses paired with embellished knits and throwback power blazers.

Louis Vuitton

Photographer: Bruce Weber

Jaden Smith heads the Louis Vuitton Series 7 campaign, spotlighting a crystal-encrusted rectangular clutch.


Photographer: Steven Meisel

Moschino is betting on technicolor accessories to hit for fall. The campaign features neoprene over-the-knee boots, backpacks, graffiti hats and statement sunnies.


Photographer: Karl Lagerfeld

Mega-influencers Gigi Hadid and Kendell Jenner star in Fendi’s Fall campaign. Geometric props mirror angular handbags and statement hoops.

Calvin Klein

Photographer: Willy Vanderperre

Laser-cut leather gives these ankle-strap pumps a textured look in this dramatic Calvin Klein ad.


Photographer: Willy Vanderperre

Prada gets playful in its Fall campaign. The Velvet bag takes the spotlight, featuring embroidered velvet designed to mirror the brand’s popular leather top-handle bag.


Photographer: Brigitte Lacombe

Dior, meanwhile, has a case of the blues. Black and indigo quilted bags, leather berets and basic pumps accessorize navy and denim pieces for fall.


Photographer: Olivier Rousteing

“Sex sells” has always been Balmain’s mantra, and this Fall campaign is no exception. Shot in black and white, liquid leather over-the-knee boots are paired with strategically wrapped scarves.


Photographer: Steve Meisel

Coach gears up for the season with shearling on hats and boots paired with feminine structured leather bags.

Bottega Vaneta

Photographer: Todd Hido

Sixties housewife meets movie vixen? Bottega Veneta features retro styling and autumnal colors with the spotlight on a rectangular croc clutch.

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