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The new Gucci Pet Collection focuses on practical pieces for the ultra-sophisticated four-legged fashionistas in your life.

Article by Gabi De la Rosa

Photography by Max Siedentopf

Originally published in Memorial Lifestyle

Iconic Italian brand Gucci just dropped its first-ever pet collection, and it is just as glam as you’d expect with the style, sophistication and price tag to go with it. The elegant line is available online and in Gucci stores nationwide and includes clothing, accessories and home goods for your pet  Many of the items in Gucci’s newest collection are custom-made with a three to four-month turnaround time after ordering. 

Gucci’s most coveted items are their handbags, so naturally, a pet carrier with their famous logo and red and green stripes is a must-have. Your pet will love to slumber or travel in the $3,650 pet carrier that features multiple zip openings and a mesh window. Speaking of traveling, why not splurge on a hexagon-shaped ceramic pet bowl and travel case? Your pet will eat and drink in style, no matter their locale.  

The accessories in Gucci’s pet line are stunning. Your dog can walk the block looking glamorous in a gold studded collar, or a classic all-leather collar with a gold GG will radiate sophistication if they feel more understated. You’ll never forget your poop bags again with the ultra-glam waste bag holders that perfectly coordinate with leashes, collars and clothing. 

Gucci’s pet clothing line spans the gamut from 100 percent cotton embroidered t-shirts to cashmere and wool blend sweaters and raincoats. Your pup will never want to leave the house without their Gucci hat - choosing pink wool or a red wool/mohair blend might be one of the most difficult outfit choices you’ll have to make. 

“The Gucci Pet Collection is here. The wide-ranging selection of items designed for dogs and cats is presented in a new campaign envisioned by Alessandro Michele and captured by Max Siedentopf.”