The fashion month is officially closed and it is time to look back to what just happened on the best runways of the fashion capitals.

Here’s the 10 top Fall-Winter 17 collections

Demna Gvasalia‘s Fall-Winter 17 collection for Balenciaga is a narration about ready-to-wear and haute couture. Starting from the studying of the archives of the Spanish designer, he was able to make something new out of it.

Alessandro Michele opens the gates of its imaginary garden where ambigous creatures live. Gucci Fall-Winter 17 collection, mixing menswear and womenswear, marks the beginning a new era for the brand. East meets West in the accessories and the prints.

Donatella Versace knows what she wants and how to say it with a strong feminist collection. Her Fall-Winter 17 fashion show was all about communicating a positive and powerful message with the designs of her creations and the words spelled on them.

Different generations of models walked the runway for Dries Van Noten Fall-Winter 17. To celebrate the 100th fashion show the designer used some of his iconic prints on the garments and the result is a anti-nostalgic collection, quite modern and beautifully styled.

Miuccia Prada reflects on the role of women in the society not with a political collection, but with creations for Fall-Winter 17 that talk about them, preseting garments with iconic women printed. Aesthetically very close to the late 60’s – early 70’s.

The Calvin Klein Fall-Winter 17 collection marks the debut of Raf Simons as new creative director of the American brand. Menswear and womenswear on the same runway for a collection with strong Americana references.

Tomas Maier looked back to the 30’s to design his Fall-Winter 17 collection for Bottega Veneta. Sharp shoulders line and assertive silhouettes for a rigorous and erotic collection. Furry and leather details on the coats. Menswear focuses on tailoring and evening-wear.

Loewe Fall-Winter 17 collection is beautifully deconstructed, introducing key colors, fabbrics and accessories. Jonathan Anderson, creative director of the fashion house, designed a commercial, yet original collection for the next cold season.

Maria Grazia Chiuri takes us to a sidereal journey. Her Fall-Winter 17 collection designed for Christian Dior gets hold of the navy blue color, the French couturier’s favourite, that is everywhere on the runway. Military references for the berets and the assertive silhouettes.

Jun Takahashi presented his Undercover Fall-Winter 17 collection with a theatrical performace. Spectacular, cutting-edge, utopian. The models are fantastic creatures on the runway, the clothes their ambigous second skin.