Over the past several weeks, fashion brands have released their new fall/winter campaigns—reminding us that the cold seasons are quickly approaching. While we’re not ready to say goodbye to summer just yet, there’s nothing more exciting than seeing iconic muses and up-and-coming models rock the must-have autumn trends. To make it even more exciting, this season’s ad campaigns feature more race, age, and gender diversity than ever before, according to the latest report from The Fashion Spot.
Since there are not enough hours in the day to browse the endless number of campaigns, we've rounded up the 26 must-see ads and categorized them from A to Z, based on some of their most stand-out features.
Click through our favorite fall/winter 2017 campaigns below.
Calvin Klein's latest campaign is shot against a series of billboards of the brand's previous campaign, featuring the works of Andy Warhol.
One logo wasn't enough for this Balenciaga campaign.
Who doesn't go to a New York diner wearing the latest Kate Spade collection with their feline friends in tow?
Delpozo's trippy ad has us confused about which way is up, down, in, and out.
Versace celebrates unity, love, equality, and strength with this campaign.
You don't want to mess with these strong, stylish Dior girls.
Can we join you in La Perla's secret garden, Kendall?
Chanel's go-to girls Cara Delevingne and Lily Rose- Depp make sweatshirts look so chic.
The campaign for Christopher Kane's "Craft and Work" collection pays homage to women working in factories.
Kenzo adds some humor to its latest campaign with Maya Rudolph and Fred Armisen.
Sies Marjan is all about family in this campaign, featuring mother-child duos.
Jeremy Scott enlisted rapper Lil Yachty to show off his collab with Ugg.
Model Vanessa Moody channels rock-and-roll vibes in an empty auditorium for this Zimmermann campaign.
Miu Miu's colorful, star-studded campaign is an ode to New Orleans' history, landmarks, and culture.
Nothing could show off Giuseppe Zanotti's boots better than Bella Hadid's legs for days.
No one does prints like Missoni.
We can't get enough of this Anna Ewers collage in Isabel Marant's latest campaign.
Alexander McQueen's campaign highlights the duality between the rugged and the romantic found in this season's collection and in the shoot's setting of Iceland.
French actress Catherine Deneuve, 73, looks just as good as the other models featured in Louis Vuitton's campaign.
Sisley's #oneofakind campaign features transgender models and challenges gender stereotypes.
Gucci teleports us to outer space with this sci-fi–inspired shoot.
Diane von Furstenberg's campaign captures the signature creativity and boldness of New Yorkers.
This Stella McCartney campaign is bringing light to how overconsumption is wreaking havoc on our environment.
This steamy Balmain campaign was shot by creative director Olivier Rousteing in the streets of Paris.
Dolce & Gabbana casted a ton of Insta-famous millennials, all with celebrity parents, for its campaign.
Inspired by Twin Peaks and Crazy Clown Time, Hugo Boss took to an old county fair for this campaign.
Up next, find out who Zara enlisted to model its latest Timeless collection.