SSENSE Releases Second Drop of Luxe Dog Clothing by Marine Serre, 1017 ALYX 9SM and More
Because your pet is worth it.
UPDATE (March 3, 2020): Back in December, a selection of designers including Marine Serre, Versace and Thome Browne designed capsule collections of dog clothing for luxury retailer SSENSE. Following the success of SSENSE’s first dog drop, the website has debuted a second range of pup-specific clothing and accessories. Colorful puffer vests from Moncler Genius, fuzzy leash and collar sets from Ashley Williams and up-cycled harnesses from Marine Serre are included in the update.
Matthew Williams of 1017 ALYX 9SM applied his signature rollercoaster belt to leather leashes, and jewelry designer Martine Ali translated her hardware-heavy aesthetic to silver chain collars. Marine Serre’s crescent moon is printed on dog T-shirts and bandanas while MISBHV shrinks down graphic hoodies to dog size.
SSENSE’s second dog clothing drop is available now at the SSENSE website. Check out a selection of the new items below and while you’re here, take a look at the most stylish dog clothing and accessory brands.
ORIGINAL STORY (December 6, 2019): Giving the “Dogue” meme new meaning, SSENSE has released an extensive collection of dog clothing by brands including Marine Serre, Versace, Burberry, Ashley Williams and more. Sweaters, outerwear and harnesses get a runway-ready treatment for stylish pups and their owners.
Marine Serre’s signature crescent moon print is applied to a dog T-shirt and upcycled harness coming in multiple sizes for breeds small to large, while Versace’s opulent Barocco print arrives in the form of a plush dog bed and bath robe. Versace’s offerings wouldn’t be complete without a medusa-studded collar, leash and harness. Owners can outfit their dogs in Burberry’s monogram dog hoodie or choose from an array of Heron Preston-designed Very Important Puppies outerwear. Moncler Genius’ insulated puffers and Stutterheim‘s waterproof jackets will keep your pup toasty and dry. You can even match your pet in Ashley Williams’ checked sweater that arrives in both dog and human versions.