The Gucci pet collection by creative director Alessandro Michele is distinctively created for dogs, and cats, along with other four-pawed creatures that many share their lives.
Items in the Gucci pet collection
Gucci leaves nothing unturned for that ultimate luxury of proper care of pets. The huge collection includes air tags to beds for pampering the pooches.
Costing USD 220 a bit, the holder for the air tag falls within the cheapest range. They are available in multiple colors, including one bearing the famous interlocking GG symbol and the web stripe of the trademark.
Waste bag holders of numerous designs and colors cost between USD 420 and USD 460. Proprietors might opt for your regular stroll with Gucci leashes on their own pets, priced between USD 335 to USD 660, with respect to the design and size.
Leather collars outfitted with gold hardware, including one that’s inspired by choker necklaces can also be found. It arrives with an increased trim too. Gucci Pet Collection The collars cost between USD 280 to USD 500 with respect to the size making.
Accessories likewise incorporate several kinds of harnesses, feeding bowls, feeding mats, and 2 pet carriers with web – all priced between USD 325 to USD 4,050.
There’s additionally a travel bowl set using the interlocking GG monogram costing USD 4250.
A variety of colorful pet jackets made of wool sweaters are for sale to the best convenience of the beloved boys and women in almost any weather. Even their requirement for resting like noblemen and queens – that they are – continues to be taken proper care of with a variety of Herbarium and Geometric G pet beds, each costing USD 7,500.
Some products are solely available on the web. Included in this is a possessor for air tag having a red butterfly motif, a yellow-blue geometric GG design waste bag carrier, an identical patterned cotton T-shirt, leashes, and pet collars.
Gucci has additionally taken note of the atmosphere while allowing the collection. These Gucci Pet Collection include materials produced from recycled polyester and cotton besides renewable, animal-free sources.
An offer photoshoot ended by Namibian-German artist and designer Max Siedentopf with cats, corgis along with other pets, posing with pieces in the Gucci pet collection.