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Celebrate the Year of the Dog in Style

Nordstrom NorthPark is hooking you up.
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Celebrate the Year of the Dog in Style

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Did you know that it’s the Year of the Dog? Well, as of today, it is. This could mean we’re in for a kinder year, which is great! But it’s also the perfect excuse to host dog-related events. (Lisa Vanderpump’s World Dog Day is going to be off the chain this year.)

Today, Nordstrom is kicking of that trend in the chicest fashion with the launch of their latest Pop-In@Nordstrom installation. Curated by Nordstrom’s VP of creative projects Olivia Kim, who was also responsible for bringing Dallas a goop pop-up last May, will feature the best of the best in dog food, beds, bowls, leashes, and apparel. There’s even some exclusive apparel sporting images of Snoopy from Peanuts — nobody wore a bomber jacket like Joe Cool. “It’s everything you would want for the modern pet in your life that is not considered just a pet, but more of an actual family member,” said Kim in a release.

We’re talking brands like Max Bone, Filson, LoveThyBeast, Malin+Goetz, and Mr. Dog. They even threw a bone to cats and have a few fun items exclusively for them, because Nordstrom is kind and fair.

The pop-up will be up at Nordstrom NorthPark until March 25. Don’t let your dog go uncelebrated.

*Click the slideshow for a taste of what you’ll find at the pop-up interspersed between cute pictures of dogs.

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