6 Ways To Wear Feathers This Fall October 12, 2017 | BY Rosana Lai Our favourite designers certainly flocked together this season, serving up wonderfully detailed outfits accented with some form of ostrich feathers. Worn with sneakers a la JW Anderson or with stilletos for an evening of all-out glamour, this fanciful trend is surprisingly wearable when worn in muted colours of grey or moss green—and with attitude, of course. START GALLERY Fashion #Balenciaga #JWAnderson #AexanderMcqueen #FW17trends #Feathers Related Stories 5 High Fashion Summer Goods You Don't Really Need, But Totally Do July 12, 2018 | BY Elizabeth Choi photo_library 10 Best Menswear Items To Buy This Week May 25, 2018 | BY Benjamin Fitzgerald photo_library First Look: Net-a-Porter and MR PORTER's Exclusive Collaboration With Balenciaga January 23, 2018 | BY Justine Lee Tatler Picks: 10 Things You Need At Clockenflap 2017 November 16, 2017 | BY Coco Marett photo_library 10 Bags You'll See Everywhere This Season November 10, 2017 | BY Rosana Lai photo_library 10 Fashion Must-Haves For October October 6, 2017 | BY Rosana Lai photo_library 6 Ways To Wear Feathers This Fall October 12, 2017 | BY Rosana Lai × Photo: Jason Lloyd-Evans Sonia Rykiel At Sonia Rykiel, military green feathers were strategically attached to dress bodices to add subtle volume. Advertisement Click To Skip Photo: Jason Lloyd-Evans Calvin Klein Combining two of the season's biggest trends, feathers and PVC, Calvin Klein showcased a stunner with its signature modern spin. Photo: Jason Lloyd-Evans Alexander McQueen At Alexander McQueen, feathers delicately accented cuffs and hems, giving gowns the romantic twist the fashion house is known for. Photo: Jason Lloyd-Evans JW Anderson Perhaps the most casual take on them all, JW Anderson demonstrated how to bring feathers to the streets by combining them with bold prints and sneakers. Photo: Jason Lloyd-Evans Balenciaga Few things are more dramatic than being engulfed in ostrich feathers as seen at the Balenciaga show, where a white and black speckled number turned heads on the runway. Advertisement Click To Skip Photo: Jason Lloyd-Evans Prada For those seeking a more subdued way to incorporate the trend, try Prada's fancy footwear in the form of chunky heeled sandals decked in fluttering feathers.