The Fall/Winter 2017 Ready-to-Wear Collections

Features, reviews and news from the Fall/Winter 2017 collections in New York, London and Paris.

>> Raf Simons, the most celebrated European designer of his generation, has arrived in New York. Does he have what it takes to reinvent Calvin Klein?

>> There are a million shows at New York Fashion Week. Rag & Bone decided not to add one more.

>> London favorite Simone Rocha sets up shop in Soho.

>> For New York's up and comers, the show's the thing—the wilder, the better.

>> Miles from Fashion Week, the designer Peter Dundas launches his own collection at the Grammys, on the highest-profile model of them all: Beyoncé.

>> London Fashion Week in review: J.W. Anderson, Simone Rocha and more.

>> London Fashion Week in review: Burberry, Erdem, Mary Katrantzou and more.

>> In the studio with Moschino's Jeremy Scott (with video).

>> When designers, photographers and fashion creatives need inspiration, they head to one place: London's Idea Books.

>> A whistle-blower for model's rights sounds the alarm at Paris Fashion Week, and once again, the industry grapples with issues of diversity and representation on the runways.

>> A new generation of young designers competes for a six-figure prize. But is money enough?

>> The Met prepares for for its Comme des Garçons exhibit. But its sphinxlike designer, Rei Kawakubo, gives no quarter.

>> With Margiela mania once again gripping fashion, it's a seller's market for dealers in the master's vintage classics.