Being a pet parent in the 21st century comes with a long list of responsibilities—from regular grooming sessions to puppy playdates at the park to gifting the best of the best pet accessories to your furry friend. Whoever said opulence was only reserved for humans? Paris Hilton’s infamous Pomeranians were already living the high life way back in the early 2000s, and the obsession with celebrity-owned pets still continue on today. Making several appearances on her grid, Jennie from Blackpink’s prized pooch Kuma has racked up a solid base of fans online, fawning over its photogenic stance and killer smile.
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These days, with the rise of luxury designers breaking into the realm of pet accessories, the stakes are now higher; with pet owners taking ‘paw-renting’ to the next level. Considering the never ending joy that our cherished pets brings us, it only makes sense that we treat them to the best that luxury fashion and designers have to offer. Think: artisanal beds and leather collars to spoil your beloved pooch (or feline) to the nines. Perhaps it’s time to swap out the clunky feeders to a sleek set of hand-blown glass bowls, or upgrade your four-legged friend’s hideout to a contemporary burrow.
Below, peruse Vogue Singapore’s stylish selection of pet accessories.
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Moschino logo printed dog biker jacket, $514.50
We all know a good leather jacket goes a long way in our closets, so why not invest in a matching piece for your furbaby? This ‘cool-girl’ certified wardrobe staple is sure to turn heads every time you’re off on a walk.
Available at Cettire.
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Versace Home Medusa dog raincoat, $359
Never has your pooch looked so chic wearing a raincoat—adorned in the iconic gold Versace Medusa print, this piece is perfect for rainy day walks, featuring a handy opening on the top for attaching leashes, along with a detachable chin strap and hood.
Available at Mytheresa.
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Fantastical Creatures Club silk scarf, $128
Silky scarfs are all the rage, and the ever-so chic accessory has made it’s way to the pet world. Made in Northern Italy, these 100% silk scarves adds a touch of whimsical to your everyday looks apart from the usual collars and bowties.
Available at Fantastical Creatures Club.
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Prada pet collar, $525
Chic makes its case with this classic Prada piece. Taking cues from techwear, the iconic Prada enamel sits front and centre of the collar to give your pet a boost into the world of high fashion.
Available at Prada.
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Pagerie the Simone harness, $821
The Birkin equivlent of the puppy world, Pagerie’s products are made with the ultimate consideration of timelessness and design. Made with real, vegetable-tanned leather and stainless steal, Pagerie dedication to quality makes them the ultimate luxury fashion house for your precious pooch.
Available at Pagerie.
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Fendi pet collar, $520
The most luxurious of collars from the house of Fendi, this studded piece is made from the finest of Cuoio Romano leather, and ruthenium-finish metalware for the most chic of canines and felines.
Available at Fendi.
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Louis Vuitton Laisse dog leash, $655
Fans of Louis Vuitton can now match their canine companions, sporting the Maison’s signature monogram and golden brass details.
Available at Louis Vuitton.
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Christian Louboutin leather pet waste bag, $710
Never leave your house for walks forgetting waste bags with this handy holder from Christian Louboutin. Complete with a clasp to attach to your leash, the holder features the brand’s iconic scarlet lacquered plaque and logo to ensure you always have a waste bag in hand.
Available at Selfridges.
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Little Beast flower power pet sweater, $76.34
If there’s anything the world needs right now, it’s peace and love—spread the spirit with this adorable sweater for your pooch that’s bound to put a smile on everyone’s face.
Available at Revolve.
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Helen Moore sofa saver pet blanket, $117.60
Protect your sofa from unwanted flyaways with this faux fur blanket. Lined with ultra soft fleece with vegan-approved materials, this blanket will have your furry friend snoozing the day away on this comfy sofa saver.
Available at Helen Moore.
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Mr. Dog New York glass dog bowl, $491
Though your canine may not be able to appreciate the beauty of hand-blown glass, it’s sure to enjoy the ergonomic design that is completely cornerless to eliminates the never-ending struggle to reach nook and cranny for every last bite of kibble.
Available at Mr. Dog.
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VUKU ceramic double buffet pet food and water bowl, $252
Tired of feeders ruining your interior aesthetic? Fear not, this ceramic bowl and oak base set will not only feed your pets in utmost elegance, but blend in seamlessly even in the most demanding of interiors.
Available at Make Them Roar.
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Hermès carrying bag for dogs, $4,050
Taking cues from the equestrian world, this carrying bag for small dogs allows you to stylishly transport your pooch. Able to be worn by hand, over the shoulder or as a cross-body, the bag from Hermès also features a detachable and machine-washable interior lining.
Available at Hermès.
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Dusen Dusen dog bed, $302
Developed and inspired by fine art, commercial and naïve design, as well as the brain’s reaction to color, movement, and contrast—Dusen Dusen’s dog bed will spruce up any bland space in your home while giving your puppy a slumbering space.
Available at Ssense.
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Gucci Herbarium feeding mat, $470
Saving you the hassle of wiping down kibble and slobber on the floor—catch the flyaways conveniently with this feeding mat and elevate your darling’s meal times with a personalised bespoke engraving.
Available in Gucci Marina Bay Sands Flagship.
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Lord Lou copycat art scratcher, $225
A luxury cat scratcher designed by Erik Stehmann, this work of art is best hung on your wall or stood on its foot for decoration. Art for you and pleasure for them, what’s not to love about this scratcher?
Available at Lord Lou.
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Jonathan Adler vice canister, $278
Stash away the cat treats in this Jonathan Adler to spruce up your countertop space and easy access to afternoon snack-time nibbles.
Available at Amara.
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Meyou 'The Cube' cat bed, $225
Akin to a contemporary architectural work of art, this cocooned cat bed can be placed in almost every corner of your home to give your feline friend a cozy retreat whilst providing a scratching surface without imposing on your home’s decor.
Available at Meyou Paris.
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Tuft and Paws fish & chews, $39
Struggling to find a cat toy that goes along with your minimalistic aesthetic? Tuft and Paws are known to create durable goods for cats while keeping design in mind. The durable birch rod and cotton component will keep your feline entertained for hours on end.
Available at Tuft and Paws.
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MiaCara Sito cat litter box, $520
The perennial problem that cat owners face—hiding the litter box. Tackling the problem head on is Belgian designer Mathias de Ferm, who came up with the Sito litter box, a contemporary litter box that makes kitty litter a modern and discreet issue of the past. The sleek lines and innovative aluminium casing makes this a great spot for your cat to perch on, or even use as storage space.
Available at MiaCara.
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Shaya pet carrier, $1,045
Ethically sourced and made in Italy, Shaya’s pet carrier allows you and your furry companion to travel together seamlessly in style. The accident-proof inner lining along with outer zip pockets makes this a functional piece that’s sure to last you a lifetime.
Available at Shaya.