The raincoats are especially adorable (Picture: Zara)Meanwhile, for dogs who prefer a muted look, Zara is also selling a quilted jacket that will keep them warm and on-trend at the same time.The accessories are stylish too (Picture: Zara)Even better, all the products are currently on sale.
The 14-piece collection from Moschino comprises accessories and clothing, including biker jackets, trench coats, hoodies and T-shirts.Other items include an olive green twill dog jacket, which is made from polyester fabric and features a zip pocket detail, logo print on the back and a zip closure.
Italian fashion house Moschino has unveiled a new line of designer dog clothes – and prices don’t come cheap.Fashion designer and creative director for the brand, Jeremy Scott, has launched a new range of pet clothes, with 14 ready-to-wear looks – as well as canine accessories.
The cottagecore rattan is very on-trend (Picture: Time4Sleep)Research from Sainsbury’s Bank recently revealed that almost a quarter of UK adults (24%) have welcomed a new pet into their home since March 2020, or are planning to do so before Easter 2021.
Bear (left) and Beau (right) at Christmas (Picture: Mercury Press & Media)Hollie Cummins, 30, truly adores her two pomeranian dogs , spending hundreds on providing them with the most lavish lifestyle possible.
A white knit for you…(Picture: Missguided) …and your dog (Picture: Missguided)According to the brand, the smaller jumpers are designed to fit dogs like chihuahuas, mini dachshunds and Yorkshire terriers.Missguided has also released a selection of festive jumpers for dogs, including a Christmas pudding design and an adorable reindeer knit.
The new Christmas collection has a whole host of treats in store for dog lovers, with products ranging from £6 to £25.Perhaps the best – or at least the most eye-catching item – in the new range is the Dachshund-shaped Christmas light, which comes wearing a Santa’s hat and a sparkly blue scarf.
As fashion lovers might predict, thanks to the link with Pringle, dog owners can expect heritage highland argyles and jacquards featuring in the cosy knitwear collection that both pups and their debit card-wielding humans will appreciate now the temperatures are dropping.
FROM flying in warplanes and surviving POW camps in the Second World War to discovering ancient works of art, saving lives and collecting money for charity, a new book containing extraordinary tails proves once and for all that dogs really are man’s best friend.
Take a Tour of the AKC Museum of the Dog in New York People have been in love with man’s best friend for centuries. The rich history of these beloved creatures is now on display in New York City at the American Kennel Club (AKC) Museum of the Dog , which opened February 8.
Louis Vuitton has created a new line of cat lady-inspired shoes, purses and clothes - and the pieces all features adorable kittens. Coddington and Ghesquière’s pet collaboration has been met with adoration online from people who cannot wait to show off their cat-inspired fashion sense.
“To develop LURVIG, the starting point was our human furniture at IKEA, but then we focused on the most common needs and behaviors of cats and dogs: sleeping, eating, playing, exercising and being close to us,” says Schäfer, adding, "We are striving not to ‘humanize’ cats and dogs while still seeing them as family members.”
Now a survey of feline influence over each Australian state reveals things haven’t really changed all that much.The fresh look at Australian attitudes reveals the subtle differences in attitude and behaviour human staff have towards their furry overlords.The survey was part of a marketing campaign by Fancy Feast to coincide with the launch of a new collection of ‘premium cat accessories’, designed by Australian fashion designer Leona Edmiston.And it actually seems they’re on to something.RELATED: Never double-cross your cat.