Michael Kors might be right—the name “Pre-Fall” isn’t exactly appealing. But we’re happy it’s here. Holding us over from the drying-up well of Spring clothes, yet before Fall/Winter has hit stores, Pre-Fall is designed to carry you into the new season, and designers create wearable clothes that are much more commercial than the ready-to-wear collections. Similar to the recent adoption of Resort as a prominent and accepted season of fashion, Pre-Fall is becoming larger every year, with more designers releasing a line in this brief in-between period. Runway shows and lookbooks have been popping up online in the last few weeks, and after the jump we’ve compiled our favorite looks from those released thus far.