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These Dogs Are More Fashionable Than You

A dachshund dog wears a gipsy's costume during an annual dachshund parade in Saint Petersburg, on May 27, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / OLGA MALTSEVA
By Relaxnews
August 27, 2020
Do you dream of wearing Louis Vuitton, Supreme, or Gucci designer pieces, but still need to save some money before you can afford the it bag that you've been lusting after? Well, consider the fact that some dogs have their own luxury wardrobe, and they parade their style on social networks in outfits that could make even the most devoted fashionista green with envy. On the occasion of International Dog Day, this Wednesday, August 26, here is a small selection of some of the most on-trend dogs on the networks.

Whatever one might say, this Italy-based French bulldog, star of the Instagram account @aurelio.bertelli, has a signature look and knows which luxury brands are currently hitting the big time. Like many Millennials, he's a big fan of the collaboration between Louis Vuitton and Supreme, which included the logos of both brands on a series of streetwear-inspired garments. While the story doesn't say whether it's a "real" designer sweatshirt, we know that such items cost several hundred euros. In fact, such Louis Vuitton bags appear on its e-shop starting at 2,030 euros.

 

 

To be a shih tzu and wear Gucci is nothing less than a dream existence. And this little ball of fur, who's a star of the Instagram account Pretzel & Gummy Bear (@pretzel_gummybear_shihtzu) certainly wouldn't be the one to disagree. Calmly posing in a zipped jacket covered by the label's logos, the model pup is likely contemplating in the distance a wardrobe composed entirely of designer clothes.

 

Back in 2018, the Moschino x H&M collection by Jeremy Scott was the subject of much conversation when a selection of dog clothes was unveiled. As a result, our four-legged companions were able to enjoy pieces flanked by the logo of the Italian house without going into debt, with starting prices set at 79.99 euros. And two years later, Instagram is flooded with pictures of dogs fully dressed in the vests and sweats of the collection, as seen here on the account of Conchita (@conchita_sass_qween).

 

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