Opening Ceremony is the New Pop-In@Nordstrom

The collection, inspired by suburbia and dog shows, offers a variety of eclectic pieces
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Opening Ceremony, the iconic New York-based fashion company launched by Carol Lim and Humberto Leon, is the new featured Pop-In Shop at Nordstrom. The shop showcases apparel and accessories from the brand's resort 2016 collection inspired by the suburbs an dog show culture. Picks were curated by Nordstrom's VP of Creative Projects, Olivia Kim, who also happened to be Opening Ceremony's first employee. Notable pieces include a reversible faux-fur coat, a suede leopard-patterned zip-front mini skirt, a faux leather tunic, and classic varsity jackets. In addition to the Opening Ceremony collection, select OC styles and collaborations are exclusive to Pop-In@Nordstrom, including classic striped tees, knit gloves and hats, and dog-motif key chains and small bags. The Pop-In opens today and runs until January 3 in the Downtown Seattle and Bellevue Square locations, as well as online.


Bright colors, exotic patterns, and cheeky graphics make up the collection



Accessories, including emoji baseball caps and winter gear, are featured in the middle of the shop



Varsity jackets, stripes, and patriotic colors are reminiscent of suburban high schools

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