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Cult-Favorite Brand Bode is Now at The Corner at Nordstrom

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With its vintage sensibilities, upcycled designs, and unisex-leaning pieces that both men and women love to wear, Bode has embedded itself into the current Zeitgeist. Now, you can shop it at Nordstrom’s The Corner, a limited-time shop highlighting craftsmanship and artistry from the American brand. The shop marks the launch of a new ongoing series of pop-ups and brand takeovers coming to the Nordstrom NYC flagship in a dedicated space on the corner of 57th and Broadway.

Bode was founded in 2016 by Emily Adams Bode Aujla on the Lower East Side and has since amassed a cultlike following for her use of history, both past and present. One-hundred-year-old linens are woven into shirting, shorts are crafted from vintage tablecloths, and jackets feature ’60s towel prints; varying cultures, locations, and periods integrate with comfortable, wearable touches.

Photo: TOM SCANLAN/Courteys of Bode

“We want to establish a new definition of luxury for our customers, emphasizing the value of craft, historicity, and hand-making,” Bode says. “Presenting our clothing in its intended environment — one designed to evoke the domestic space, and a space not within the confines of a specific era — allows us to make the strongest argument for our vision of Bode.” Bode at The Corner invites visitors to step into a world of slow luxury where the hand is evident in every dedicated detail.

From cashmere rib cardigans and linen button-ups to beaded shirts and easy graphic T-shirts, there’s plenty to browse online and in-store with Bode’s Nordstrom launch. Ahead, the pieces we’re eyeing for the new season.

Bode at The Corner will be open at Nordstrom’s New York flagship through April 7, with Bode available to shop anytime online at

Your Favorite Brand is Now at Nordstrom