Furry Fashionistas Give New Meaning to the Phrase 'Catwalk' at Columbus Circle

The subway turns into a runway as dogs take over a section of the 59th Street-Columbus Circle station for a four-legged fashion show.

The furry fashionistas modeled doggie threads inside Turnstyle, the new mall connected to one of the busiest subway stations in the transit system.

Twenty dogs paraded past onlookers and commuters organized in part by the pet supply company, Dog & Co.

"We're a very fashion-forward, fashion-based store for dogs," said Mindy Montney with Dog & Co. "We sort of take trends that are in style for human and we apply them to dogs. So if you like fashion for yourself, if you like fashion for your dogs, that's kind of the idea of our shop."

The show also featured several dogs who were up for adoption through PupStarz Rescue.

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