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December has arrived, but cold temperatures have done nothing to slow down our favorite fashion insiders.
Whether escaping to Art Basel or enjoying holiday snacks, Hilary Rhoda, Eva Chen, and Poppy Delevingne managed to wrap the year up with style. Click through to see this week's best shots, and don't forget to keep up with our editors by following us at popsugarfashion!
You'll notice an array of varying textures in Francisco Costa's Pre-Fall 2014 collection for Calvin Klein. The designer wanted to impart a feeling of warmth, playfulness, and above all innocence, and he did that by using light shades of gray and pink. Cashmere, alpaca, and wool gave the offering its softness, and a few oversize wooden buttons injected a sense of whimsy into jackets that would have otherwise toed the line of this brand's minimalist bent.
But that's where Costa's designs set him apart — the details. A look at the full collection here in the gallery.
While we were off eating turkey, Naomi Campbell had quite the chic few days down under. While promoting Australia's The Face, the model made the rounds in everything from crisp casualwear to an ultraelegant burgundy gown.
Not to be outdone, Kate Moss made a strong showing at London's Bookmarc in a sparkling mini and striped furry topper to promote her Playboy cover! And while on the topic of models, there was celebrating to be done for Joan Smalls's January Elle cover. You can see what they all wore here in the gallery.
Pack away your emerald accessories, ladies. That jewel tone is so 2013. The It color for 2014? According to the hue professionals over at Pantone, it's a lovely shade of purple known as Radiant Orchid.
But if your wardrobe isn't filled with lilacs and lavenders, fear not. Pantone also just released its official Fashion Color Report for Spring 2014, complete with Dazzling Blues and Celosia Oranges. And if you're still unsure how to factor, say, a coral called Cayenne into your next outfit, New York's best designers have offered up sketches, their inspirations, and — not to complicate things — their own signature color.
There are a number of big changes coming to New York Fashion Week for the Fall 2014 shows, all of them designed to make the whole experience run more smoothly for pretty much everyone involved.
This morning, IMG's event production arm, which runs Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, announced that it will add to its current show spaces, offer a platform for designers who want to show their collections digitally, make it harder for people to crash shows, and even provide shuttle services between all of its various locations.
Why now? "It was becoming a zoo," said IMG executive Catherine Bennett in an interview with The Wall Street Journal. Bennett assures that the new changes, which are scheduled to be in place for the Fall 2014 shows, will make sure "all participants can maximize this key marketing moment during the first stop on the international fashion week calendar."