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Gucci launches a collection of pets for beloved pooches to live in style

Italian luxury fashion house Gucci has released a collection of clothing and accessories for perhaps the dearest members of families – pets.

Creative Director Alessandro Michele’s Gucci pet collection is specially designed for the dogs, cats and other four-legged creatures with whom many share their lives.

Items from the Gucci pet collection

Photo credit: Gucci/@GUCCI/Facebook

Gucci has left no stone unturned for the ultimate in luxury pet care. The massive collection includes everything from aerial beacons to beds for pampering pooches.

Priced at $220 each, the air tag mount is on the lower end of the spectrum. They come in multiple colors, including one featuring the famous interlocking GG symbol and the brand’s Web stripe.

Trash bag holders in different designs and colors cost between $420 and $460. Owners can walk regularly with Gucci leashes on their pets, priced at $335 to $660, depending on size and design.

Leather collars equipped with golden elements, including one inspired by chokers, are also available. It also comes with spike trim. Collars cost between $280 and $500 depending on size and brand.

Accessories also include several types of harnesses, feeding bowls, feeding mats, and two pet carriers with canvas, all priced between $325 and $4,050.

There is also a set of travel bowls with the interlocking GG monogram priced at $4250.

A range of colorful pet coats and wool sweaters are available for the ultimate comfort of beloved boys and girls in any weather. Even their need to rest like kings and queens – which they are – has been taken care of with a range of Herbarium and Geometric G pet beds, each priced at US$7,500.

Online Exclusives

Some items are exclusively available online. These include an air tag holder with a red butterfly pattern, a garbage bag holder with a yellow-blue GG geometric design, a cotton t-shirt with similar patterns, leashes and collars for pets.

Gucci also took note of the environment when creating the collection. Products include materials derived from recycled polyester and cotton in addition to renewable and animal-free sources.

A campaign photoshoot was done by Namibian-German artist and designer Max Siedentopf featuring cats, corgis and other pets, posing with pieces from the Gucci pet collection.

(Main image credit: Max Siedentopf/Gucci; Featured image credit: Gucci/@GUCCI/Facebook)

Hazel J. Edmonds

The author Hazel J. Edmonds