Spring/Summer 2017 Trends from Fashion Week.The four major Fashion Week events showcased the coolest trends for Spring and Summer 2016. From the runways of New York and London to Paris and Milan, find out which trends are likely to have a global impact next year.Check out the best Fashion Week Spring 2017 trends, and decide which ones will make a splash in your own wardrobe come spring. From Victorian inspiration to bows, ruffles and square necklines, here are the biggest trends that deserve your attention. From lace to high collars, a Victorian influence made a big impact on the runways, both in New York, in collections from Erdem, J.W. Anderson, and Emilia Wickstead, and in London, where the Victorian style influenced collections from Giles, Mother of Pearl, and Simone Rocha. If you like to show your shoulders, you’ll love one of the best best Fashion Week Spring 2017 trends. In New York, exposed shoulders were a big deal in collections from Proenza Schouler, Givenchy, Jason Wu, and Derek Lam, while in London Natasha Zinko, Peter Pilotto, and Temperley London featured it prominently. At the Paris Fashion Week, shoulder cutouts showed up on the runway at Guy Laroche, Issa, and Andrew Gn. While color blocking remains a popular trend, at the London Fashion Week it took on a new dimension, as plenty of designers mixed different floral prints. Mary Katrantzou, Jonathan Saunders, Duro Olowu, and Emilia Wickstead. Definitely one of the best Fashion Week Spring 2017 trends, netting was big both in New York and in London. Alexander Wang, Marchesa, Creatures of the Wind, and Cushnie et Ochs rocked plenty of netting in their collections at NYFW. In London, Paul Smith, Burberry Prorsum, Simone Rocha, and Pringle of Scotland used it in everything from tops to skirts. At Paris Fashion Week, bows showed up in collections from Lanvin and Maison Margiela to Rochas and Chloe, everywhere from tops to dresses. However, on the more conservative side, British designers like Amanda Wakeley, Christopher Raeburn, and David Koma relegated it to the waist. Whether you opt for an Obi-inspired bow or a more embellished and feminine look, you can’t go wrong with bows in Spring/Summer 2017.