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Today in strange bedfellows, Nordstrom has tapped Opening Ceremony's former vice president of creative Olivia Kim as its director of creative projects. Perhaps this means that the department store that is best known for selling higher-end luxury brands to suburbia is squaring up to get on the influencer side of fashion retail. [WWD]