— The stylish dog from fashion blog Suki and the City weighs in on outfits from Kate Middleton, Michelle Obama, Miley Cyrus, and more!
— Vet and designer Doris Carvalho makes them and wants to make more. See her Kickstarter video.
— The artist shoots the dog photos with fashion house Trussardi for a line of canine-themed ads.
— Dogs are powerful symbols -- and the companies could easily give something back to dogs.
— Sometimes inspiration comes from the most unlikely -- and adorable -- sources.
— Montjiro just doesn't wear clothes, he IS clothes! Look at the photos! Okay, he just wears clothes.
— My dogs sometimes pose for photos. If I am quick, they'll wear an accessory or even a full costume.
— The man behind the Bratz dolls, Carter Bryant, aims for an interspecies hit.
— This distinguished New York City gentle-dog is continuing a tradition of well-dressed Shiba Inus.
— The U.K. company opens a pop-up shop in Paris retail store Merci.
— The Israel-based artist -- inspired partly by his own canines -- creates pieces for numerous breeds.
— Three names might seem like a lot for one dog, but this little Brussels Griffon wears it -- and hip outfits -- very well.
— Dog models are shaking their little tushes on the catwalk. Enter the offbeat arena of high-end fashion hounds.
— Want your dog to look old-school? Check out the threads and accessories at Best in Park.
— Designers Sarah Swash and Toshio Yamanaka love including their Whippet, Candy, in their work. And we love them for it.
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