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International Denim Jackets from Global Pet Designs

If you want to show off your dog’s jet-setting style there’s no better way than with Global Dog Designs.
Taking a cue from human fashion’s Adidas Originals collection of country-inspired designs – this young New York City based brand designed their entire dog fashion collection with country themes. Their range includes a very wearable line of tees, sweaters, polos, jackets, coats & harnesses. The standout pieces being their denim jackets which are beautifully tailored (not boxy or cheesy) and they donate a portion of their proceeds to the International Fund For Animal Welfare!

Whether you have a British Bulldog with a passion for the Union Jack, or a Japanese Chin looking to represent for the motherland – Global Dog Designs has got you covered. (countries include Australia, Canada, China, Egypt, England, France, Germany, India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Peru, Russia, Scotland, South Africa, Spain & USA) Click for full list of countries

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Punk rock dog fashions from WookLink priced to please

If your dog has ever threatened to pierce his nose, stick it to “the man” and rock out for ANARCHY! then he’ll love Wooflink’s latest collection of embellished rocker wear. Inspired by punk trends from the good ol’days of the 80’s, their new collection is high on details and light on the wallet. Most of their pieces are priced right in the mid $20-30 range and they still deliver when it comes to stand-out details and construction. Beware, this brand is not for the conservative uptown dog, but for a beer can crushing mutt with an attitude. The WoofLink Punk Kid coat is available to purchase from a slew of worldwide shops – check wooflink.com for retail locations.

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Juicy Couture Garden Plaid Hoodie

Juicy Couture made their mark on the fashion scene with their sexy, hip-hugging, Velour track suits. Now they have extended their velour offerings to include a cute collection of Velour pooch hoodies. No longer will your dog be giving you evil eye when she spys you suiting up in your favorite Juicy jams. The Garden Colors Plaid Hoodie is well cut and a cinch to wash up. The lightweight yet breathable velour also makes a great beach cover up if your dog is prone to sunburn (we’re looking at you Chinese Crested). The Juicy Couture Dog Store offers a Garden Plaid Hoodie for dogs available online from Shop Juicy for $45.00 this hoodie gives you high-style and a designer label at a great price.

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Colorful Cubist Coats from Coach

Spring is right around the corner and this season’s coat to be seen in is the Tattersall Coat from Coach. As one of the first of the “big name” fashion labels to manufacture luxury dog accessories Coach has been ubiquitous in all well-heeled hounds closets. Unlike some of the other major designer’s dog clothing, Coach pays high attention to detail and workmanship and don’t skimp on the details. The coat is made of a high quality Tattersall fabric with a tight nappa leather trim and brass fasteners. It makes for a great layering piece during chilly Spring walks. The Tattersall Coat is available for $168.00 at Coach’s Official Site.

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Fierce 3D dragon coat for dogs from ModRuff designs

With it’s worldwide debut recently on the runways at Pet Fashion Week Tokyo, ModRuff’s unique sculpted dogwear has taken the dog fashion world by storm. Their natural rubber materials and painstakingly detailed construction process makes for the most unique dog clothing in the world. ModRuff‘s lead designer was inspired by a weather manipulating Spirit Dragon (Hyorinmaru) and built up the dragons body shape through applying multiple layers of rubber.

The coat is currently available in three color combinations: The Spirit Dragon (pictured) is matte black with a red dragon, while the Mortal Dragon (pictured below) is a red coat with a forest-green dragon with yellow hair and lastly the Urban Camo Dragon is a 4-color grey-tone camouflage coat with a black dragon. The Mortal Dragon coloring is almost too realistic – conjuring images of that guy with an iguana on his shoulder at the Renaissance fair. While the other colorways have a slick modern and minimal feel.

The coats are lined in faux fur, and are protective against all weather conditions, as well as scrapes and scratches. Though not currently available online the Dragon coats can be ordered directly from the designer by emailing them here.

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Seattle’s iDawg Clothing comes correct with the Fader big dog bomber coat

One of the stand out trends at this years Pet Fashion Week was the inclusion of big dog designs. And for the larger dogs the crowd favorites were from iDawg. Including a show stopping Pet Fashion Week runway appearance of a be-wigged Basset Hound(that was hot enough to temporarily reverse our Doggie Don’t stance on Dog Wigs).

The Fader dog bomber is an all-weather jacket for the larger pooch – made of water-proof fabric stuffed with a warm poly-fill and lined in comfy fleece. And don’t think all of this utility comes without style – the Fader is currently available in sporty Red and Navy Blue with a upcoming release in more feminine Orchid (for the bigger bitch in your life). Nice details abound on these jackets – with two zipper pockets for storing treats without crumbing up your own. And these bad boys are priced to move at $99 direct from the designer (disclosure: we feature iDawg in our industry LookBook but we are editorially crushing on these coats!) Oh yes and a shout out to photographer j Nicole who shot these coats and did a great job getting some personality out of the dogs.

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One-of-a-Kind Graphic Print Coats from Donna Angevine

Suppose you have a day of luxury shopping planned with your pooch at Barney’s or Fred Segal, and want to command serious respect from those snarky sales people in the shoe department. You can’t just roll in with your dog decked out in last season’s Puppia. You’ll need to style your dog in something unique, rare and very sassy to get the service you and your dog deserve! Check out a new label we just discovered based in Seattle, WA called Primp Doggy. If you LOVE prints, you’ll dig these graphically intense and highly tailored designs created by Donna Angevine. Best of all is that they are made right here in the USA! Currently available on-line at www.Pretentiouspooch.com from $89+.

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Viciously hip vintage jackets from Chi Wow Wow

Help your Chihuahua channel his inner bad-ass, by decking him out in a reversible jacket from Chi Wow Wow. Your little nipper will rule the dog run in one of these socially conscious jackets made entirely from reclaimed vintage fabrics and recycled denim. Each piece is totally unique so there’s no chance your Chi will end up looking like Tinkerbell. Velcro closures and machine washable fabrics makes keeping it clean a breeze. Packed with this much Style and Moxie the Chi Wow Wow Vintage Jacket is a great deal at $68. Check out ChiWowWow.com for retailer links.

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