One of the best days to be online was the day Pizza Rat entered into our collective consciousness. It was 2015, and as the benign video began to spread across the internet, the jokes, the hilarity, and the respect came rolling in. Pizza Rat, a humble New York City street rat toting around a slice of pizza on the subway, became the unofficial NYC mascot, the folk hero we didn't know we needed. And now, as 2020 rolls in, Rag & Bone is celebrating the Lunar New Year with its Year of the Pizza Rat collection and it is PERFECT.

Pizza Rat Patch Tee, $125, Rag & Bone

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According to the Chinese zodiac, 2020 is the Year of the Rat. Like Aries, it's the first sign in the Chinese zodiac, which makes sense given that 2020 also kicks off a new decade. The last Rat year occurred in 2008, and people born under this sign are said to be financially diligent, hardworking, and smart, just like Pizza Rat.

Pizza Rat Rb High Top, $275, Rag & Bone

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Show your Pizza Rat pride with these white high-top sneakers. The irony of wearing white sneakers featuring a rat carrying a pizza on a subway platform is not lost. If anything, it makes these shoes even more essential.

Pizza Rat Coin Pouch, $150, Rag & Bone

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Drawing on the Chinese Lunar New Year tradition of gifting red envelopes, this bright red leather coin pouch features Pizza Rat in all his gold glory. Use it to store coins and bills so you can buy a dollar slice of pizza at the tasty spot on the corner.

Pizza Rat Crew, $395, Rag & Bone

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If you prefer your Pizza Rat gear to be very obvious, get this crewneck cotton and wool blend sweater. It's available in unisex sizes XXS to XL, so everyone can get down on the Pizza Rat madness. I promise, your DMs will be full of people asking where they can cop your sweater.

Pizza Rat Patch Beanie, $95, Rag & Bone

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Pizza Rat may dwell in New York City's cold, unforgiving subways, but you can stay warm with this wool beanie. It features the Pizza Rat patch right where everyone will see it, except for when people avoid each other's glances on the train.