In just seven short days, Keira Knightley proved she's the coolest bride (possibly ever), Selena Gomez pushed the boundaries with a red carpet dress that made our jaws drop almost as low as her dress's neckline, and Michelle Williams proved why she's the face of Louis Vuitton. And that's not all! We've rounded up all the moments that got us talking this week, so when you hit the watercooler come Monday morning, you'll be the queen bee of fashion gossip. And don't forget that you can get even more POPSUGAR Fashion in your life simply by following us on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, and Google+!
What happens when one of the coolest brands around hooks up with stylish celebrities with social consciences? The Rag & Bone holiday gift guide, of course! Stars like Christy Turlington Burns, Eddie Vedder, and Lily Aldridge picked charities close to their hearts, along with selected products they love from Rag & Bone. From now through Dec. 11, Rag & Bone will donate 10 percent of the sales of those specific items to the designated charities. And if that wasn't enough, the brand is also matching the money raised. Do good, gift good: it's our favorite holiday mantra. We've picked a few of our favorites, but to see the full guide, head to rag-bone.com.
It's been a particularly active year for fashion heists. In the latest one since this year's multimillion-dollar Cannes jewelry caper, CNN has reported that a couple made off with several luxury watches from the Audemars Piguet store on the Place Vendôme in Paris.
Police are still gathering information about this robbery, but there are plenty of other fashion thefts that still haven't been completely solved. Case in point: only a portion of the legendary raid at the Harry Winston store in Paris was ever found, and it doesn't appear that all of Marc Jacobs's stolen Spring 2012 samples were found.
Herein, a look at some of the most brazen, lucrative, and strange thefts in fashion.
Pantone may have selected Radiant Orchid as 2014's Color of the Year, but right now designers are dreaming about a whole different rainbow of hues. That's because when we asked tastemakers like Jennifer Fisher, Jonathan Adler, and Misha Nonoo to pick the color of the holiday season, they came up with a festive list of rich and seasonal tones. Next year may be all about purple, but we suggest you do your holiday dressing (and shopping!) from another color spectrum.
The only thing more shocking than the front-to-back view of Marion Cotillard's dress at the Marrakech International Film Festival was that it wasn't Dior. The face of the label has made a uniform of Raf Simons's designs — most notably yesterday when she doubled up on navy and orange.
Though her route was a bit more casual than we're used to seeing from her (enforced in part by flat sandals), the daring dresser was as colorful as ever in her printed Preen column gown. Tempered with a black back, the front of her dress certainly kept our eyes busy with a floral print, stripes, and high contrast hues. Not to be outdone, her watch kept to the colorful theme with a neon band. Were you impressed with Marion's bold style?
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!
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."
Last night's 27th annual Footwear News Achievement Awards honored the biggest, buzziest names in the shoe biz, from the industry giants to the newcomers and biggest comebacks — Birkenstocks, anyone? You might recognize one of the night's other big winners — on the heels of Olivia Palermo. Aquazzura, the brand behind Miss Palermo's sexy lace-up sandals, took home the prize for Emerging Talent. With an award under their belt and Olivia's endorsement, the brand safely solidified its status as a must-have shoe. What better way to celebrate the big winners (and satisfy our shoe obsession) than shopping our favorite styles?
Emerging Talent Award: AquazzuraAquazurra Sandals ($670)
See who else popped up in the winners' circle — and shop them all here.
One look at their busy schedules, and you'll see that the style set (and their wardrobes) sure can multitask! To ensure they're jetting from the office to dinners and parties in the most fabulous of fashion, tastemakers like Rebecca Minkoff, Rachel Zoe, and Rachel Roy have a few easy tricks up their sleeves (and we're not just talking about a change of shoes!). Find out how to make your look work for you around the clock . . . all season long.