Prada, Issey Miyake, Todd Snyder, and Tom Ford have all released previews of their Fall 2018 collections, giving a glimpse of what to expect in the high-end fashion world come September-December.

This year, Prada has opted for a consistent style of neutral colored, baggy overcoats accessorized with splashes of neon and simplistic style handbags to match. They also showcased patterned dresses, both native and abstract in design, also following with the neon theme. Each outfit came paired with boots or high-rise socks to finish out the eccentric look.

Issey Miyake tended to stay mostly neutral in their showcase, with comfortable overlays of whites, browns, and blacks with a heavy emphasis on ruffles and feathered outerwear. Compared to Prada, it appeared they were going for a more tame and classic look this fall; however, Miyake’s designs did include some knit and button overlays, and each model had signature spiky hair or a large headpiece to finish the outfit off.

Todd Snyder described his collection as “thrift-store chic” with an emphasis on rewinding time to bring back older wears. These included oversized suits, baggy pants, turtlenecks, and patterned button-downs. Plaid, stripes, and heavy browns and olive greens headlined the men’s collection, as the preview surely felt like a step backwards instead of anything unseen or “fashion forward.”

Lastly, Tom Ford kept the sleek and slim European style he’s known for with a plethora of tight fitting suits. A few professional and modernized overcoats came into appearance with an emphasis on grays and whites. The neutral colored collection also had a few shows of shiny silk-threaded jackets, and the collection ended with a show of the nude colored socks and underwear for men to don beneath the styles.