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Calvin Klein’s Stellar FROW, Weather Apocalypse — and More Fashion Tweets from #NYFW Day 7

What's the news on day 7 of New York Fashion Week? It was all about the weather and the front row celebs, if you go by the Twitterverse. And we do! So many fashionistas who were wishing they were at the tents this week may have reason to be happy they're cozy at home. We've got a video and a pic of serious winter weather. Nina Garcia did let us know there were still brave divas out there, willing to brave snow in pin-thin stilettos.

Calvin Klein brought out the prettiest and most influential women in fashion and Hollywood. Our vote for the best front row threesome? Anna, Lupita and Naomi. We also loved Lupita's down-to-earth admission that it was her first Fashion Week show ever. We hope to see her at many, many more. Too gorgeous. Another front row pic you might consider an unbelievable faux pas: Andre Leon Talley was wearing Uggs.

Not everyone was on board with all the celeb watching. A certain fashion director at US Weekly complained they stand too long just for our attention. Finally, Pharell's Hat (a Twitter account devoted to the musician's favorite accessory of late) caught two of our favorite editors wearing the oversized cowboy lid. Who wore it best? Read on to see for yourself!

1. Calvin Klein


2. Lupita Nyong'o

First #nyfw show, @CalvinKlein. Cozy clean lines = yes, please!


3. Adam Glassman, Creative Director at O Magazine

Are you ready for the combat boot to really come back in style? #docmartins #1984 #nyfw


4. Meenal Mistry Fashion Director of Off Duty at Wall Street Journal

The highlight of the Ralph Lauren front row: Kim Basinger looking dewey and beautiful #nyfw #wsjfashion


5. Jane Keltner DeValle, Senior Fashion News Director Teen Vogue


6. Nina Garcia, Creative Director at Marie Claire


7. Serena Guen, Founder Editor-In-Cheif of Suitcase Mag


8. Pharell's Hat 


9. AP Fashion

Want to go back to bed. #snowmageddon #lincolncenter #nyfw @mbfashionweek


10. Sasha Charnin Morrison, Fashion Director at Us Weekly