Celine’s Luxury Dog Accessories Are A Must-Have For Pampered Pooches

Fashion girlies, buy these for your dog this Christmas.
Image: Celine

While we’re well acquainted with Celine’s impeccable accessories, its latest offering takes a slightly different shape. 

The French brand has officially unveiled its second collection of dog accessories, and it’s taking treating your pets well to a whole new level.

Showcasing Celine’s impeccable craftsmanship, the line includes matching collars and leashes in a range of finishes (canvas, suede, and calfskin), as well as carriers, bowls, brushes, and toys. 

Image: Celine

The carriers, like the collars, are available in Triomphe-monogrammed canvas or calfskin, as well as a third leopard-print edition. We just know Paris Hilton would have loved carrying her dogs around in these in the 2000s. 

Of course, no travelling fit-out would be complete without a matching dog-bag holder, which Celine has thought of, too. 

At home, the brand has fused function with form, with single and double bowls, each housed in Triomphe canvas print, with calfskin handles for easy transport. Wicker dog houses make for a chic alternative to traditional crates and dog beds, and even playtime is stylised, with Triomphe-shaped rubber chew toys, and a comforting shearling iteration. 

Hedi Slimane’s dog models the wicker house.

The drop was accompanied by a series of fittingly chic images, featuring none other than creative director Hedi Slimane’s own pooch. The shaggy sheepdog, Elvis, stars alongside a series of other well-pampered pooches, in a campaign that makes a convincing case for treating our furry friends this holiday season.

Interest piqued? Celine’s dog collection is now available online,  with prices ranging from $120 USD to $3,250 USD.

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