Among all the trends we have been witnessed on the runways over the past weeks, feathers are an interesting detail we saw from Paris to New York on gowns and cocktail dresses.

For the next Fall-Winter ’17 this seems to be a glamorous must have.

Sarah Burton designed a Fall-Winter ’17 collection for Alexander McQueen that tells us a story about her country, about rituals and witchcraft. Everything is mysterious and feathers on the sleeves and the hemlines add a luxurious nature to the characters on the runway.

Ann Demeleumeester re-considered the 19th century aesthetic and the Fall-Winter ’17 collection, designed by Sébastien Meunier, is melancholic and dramatic.

Looking at the archives, Demna Gvasalia proposed a series of haute-couture dresses at the end of his Fall-Winter ’17 fashion show for Balenciaga. Sometimes respecting the original designs, sometimes adding the Gvasalia touches, the pieces are outstanding and the strength of the collection.

Alberta Ferretti takes us to Venice: a stunning Fall-Winter ’17 collection dedicated to the Italian city featuring elements linked to the Carnival like masks and capes. Feathers are precious details of the gowns, recalling the eccentricity of the Carnival costumes.