The Future of Mall Shopping Is Not What You Think

Quick: What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Nordstrom? Is it the killer shoe department? Probs. Well, currently, the Seattle-based mega-retailer’s Pop-In concept shop — curated by director of creative projects Olivia Kim — is what's occupying our brain spaces.
This month’s installment, called TMRW TGTHR, is especially noteworthy. Inspired by the brand’s history of giving back, the shop highlights companies that effect positive change, including those that produce eco-friendly, upcycled, artisanal, and community-focused goods. Check out the entire offering here (or in select stores), and click through to scoop up some of our favorite finds, from lines like Brother Vellies and Freedom of Animals. Warning: You may just want it all. And, that’s totally fine — it's for a good cause.
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The Eco-Friendly Shop
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The Community Shop
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The Upcycled Shop
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