Fine and Dandie

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ON June 2, Dry­burgh Abbey Ho­tel in Selkirk, Scot­land, will host an ex­tremely elite, sell­out fash­ion show, for which the mod­els are pa­tri­ot­i­cally at­tired Dandie Din­monts. Peo­ple are fly­ing in from 14 dif­fer­ent coun­tries to wit­ness this never-be­fore-seen event. The en­dan­gered—and stylish—ter­ri­ers, which are named for a char­ac­ter in the novel Guy Man­ner­ing, will show­case their very own clan tar­tan, the Sir Wal­ter Scott black and white. Not only is this breed of dog one of the rarest in the world, but it is also the only breed with its own Clan Chief-ap­proved of­fi­cial tar­tan; The Duke of Buc­cleuch— who has a tribe of Dandies—gave his bless­ing in 2015. The show is part of the three-day Dandie Din­mont ter­ri­ers fes­ti­val and will ex­hibit the prac­ti­cal and stylish Dandie Din­mont 200 col­lec­tion for dogs and own­ers. Lucy Pearson

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