Cat Fashion Show at the Algonquin Hotel – Design You Trust

Cat Fashion Show at the Algonquin Hotel

Manhattan’s most fashionable felines dressed their best to help Matilda, the famous Algonquin Hotel cat, celebrate her 15th birthday on Aug. 11, 2010. The party was held in the hotel’s lobby and centered around a good ol’ fashioned cat fashion show. (Photo by Katie Sokoler/

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