Dog clothes – Tails A Waggin Online http://tailsawagginonline.com/ Sat, 16 Apr 2022 22:30:12 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://tailsawagginonline.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/icon-2022-02-04T152634.208-150x150.jpg Dog clothes – Tails A Waggin Online http://tailsawagginonline.com/ 32 32 PrettyLittleThing launches a collection of clothes, toys and more for dogs https://tailsawagginonline.com/prettylittlething-launches-a-collection-of-clothes-toys-and-more-for-dogs/ Sat, 16 Apr 2022 11:08:56 +0000 https://tailsawagginonline.com/prettylittlething-launches-a-collection-of-clothes-toys-and-more-for-dogs/ In March 2022, PrettyLittleThing (PLT) launched a global search for a dog that could model the brand’s new Pet collection and now fans of the brand can get their hands on the new dog line. The PLT Pet collection launched on Tuesday, April 12, and a dog named Teddie is the face of the collection. […]]]>

In March 2022, PrettyLittleThing (PLT) launched a global search for a dog that could model the brand’s new Pet collection and now fans of the brand can get their hands on the new dog line.

The PLT Pet collection launched on Tuesday, April 12, and a dog named Teddie is the face of the collection.

The eight-year-old American Cocker Spaniel won over the judges with an adorable video that was uploaded to TikTok by his owner, Olivia Bendell.

The launch is the fashion label’s first full pet collection and if you’re wondering how to style your pooch, look no further.


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What’s in the PrettyLittleThing Pet Collection?

From harnesses and coats to leashes and beds, the collection truly has a variety of pieces your dog can use and wear.

You can also get your hands on toys and snuff mats along with assorted items for dog owners.

(left) A dog wearing the PLT collar and (right) a Pug wearing a PLT leash (PrettyLittleThing/Canva)

Here’s a roundup of the top PLT picks in the Pet Collection.

Denbighshire Free Press: (left) Teddie wearing a white PLT coat and (right) a Pug wearing a white PLT harness (PrettyLittleThing/Canva)(left) Teddie wearing a white PLT coat and (right) a Pug wearing a white PLT harness (PrettyLittleThing/Canva)

PrettyLittleThing has partnered with the Labelle Foundation to rescue and rehabilitate dogs in every state.

The charity rescues less fortunate animals such as abandoned, stray, medical and special needs animals to rehabilitate them before they move into their forever homes.

Throughout April, PLT will be sharing the faces of dogs that are available for adoption through La Fondation Labelle. You can find the first article here.

You can view the full collection of PLT Pets via the PrettyLittleThing website.

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PrettyLittleThing is launching a collection of clothes, toys and more for dogs https://tailsawagginonline.com/prettylittlething-is-launching-a-collection-of-clothes-toys-and-more-for-dogs/ Fri, 15 Apr 2022 23:01:00 +0000 https://tailsawagginonline.com/prettylittlething-is-launching-a-collection-of-clothes-toys-and-more-for-dogs/ In March 2022, PrettyLittleThing (PLT) launched a global search for a dog that could model the brand’s new Pet collection and now fans of the brand can get their hands on the new dog line. The PLT Pet collection launched on Tuesday, April 12, and a dog named Teddie is the face of the collection. […]]]>

In March 2022, PrettyLittleThing (PLT) launched a global search for a dog that could model the brand’s new Pet collection and now fans of the brand can get their hands on the new dog line.

The PLT Pet collection launched on Tuesday, April 12, and a dog named Teddie is the face of the collection.

The eight-year-old American Cocker Spaniel won over the judges with an adorable video that was uploaded to TikTok by his owner, Olivia Bendell.

The launch is the fashion label’s first full pet collection and if you’re wondering how to style your pooch, look no further.


Why Dogs Shouldn’t Eat Chocolate


What’s in the PrettyLittleThing Pet Collection?

From harnesses and coats to leashes and beds, the collection truly has a variety of pieces your dog can use and wear.

You can also get your hands on toys and snuff mats along with assorted items for dog owners.

(left) A dog wearing the PLT collar and (right) a Pug wearing a PLT leash (PrettyLittleThing/Canva)

Here’s a roundup of the top PLT picks in the Pet Collection.

Gazette & Herald: (left) Teddie wearing a white PLT coat and (right) a Pug wearing a white PLT harness (PrettyLittleThing/Canva)(left) Teddie wearing a white PLT coat and (right) a Pug wearing a white PLT harness (PrettyLittleThing/Canva)

PrettyLittleThing has partnered with the Labelle Foundation to rescue and rehabilitate dogs in every state.

The charity rescues less fortunate animals such as abandoned, stray, medical and special needs animals to rehabilitate them before they move into their forever homes.

Throughout the month of April, PLT will be sharing the faces of dogs that are available for adoption through La Fondation Labelle. You can find the first article here.

You can see the full collection of PLT pets via the PrettyLittleThing website.

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Dog clothes, people clothes, etc. https://tailsawagginonline.com/dog-clothes-people-clothes-etc/ Thu, 03 Feb 2022 22:40:45 +0000 https://tailsawagginonline.com/dog-clothes-people-clothes-etc/ If you follow Mashable Shopping’s coverage, you know we live to bring you the best product recommendations we can find based on countless hours of online research. But what about the things we buy for ourselves? The things that made it our baskets? Well, we’re here to tell you about those things, and we’ll be […]]]>

If you follow Mashable Shopping’s coverage, you know we live to bring you the best product recommendations we can find based on countless hours of online research. But what about the things we buy for ourselves? The things that made it our baskets? Well, we’re here to tell you about those things, and we’ll be back every month to do it again.

Here’s what staff bought in January 2022.


“I rarely buy clothes for myself, but after seeing so many people on social media wearing puffy Selkie dresses, I finally decided to buy one myself. Considering the price, it’s definitely a investment, but it’s flattering on almost anyone.I wore it to an art gallery opening with heels and tights, but I’d rather wear it dressed up for a picnic or a having dinner.” —Jae Thomas, business reporter

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The cutest sweater for dog you have already seen

“I’ve bought my dog ​​the Little Beast cloud print jumper before and loved it, so I immediately bought the heart print one when it came out (just couldn’t resist it!) want to dress my dog ​​up as a little valentine) The sweater itself is very well made, and my dog ​​looks like a clumsy little kid wearing pajamas when I put it on her, which is the cutest thing that I honestly wish Little Beast made human versions of these knitted sweaters – I would totally buy one to go with my dog.” —Jae Thomas, business reporter

Product photo The Lover Sweater by Little Beast

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“I learned last month that the ultra-soft pillows I used to love just didn’t give me the support I needed. I first opted for a memory foam choice , thinking I wanted a perfectly firm pillow I was wrong In the most Goldilocks moment of my life, I realized I really needed a real medium firm pillow, and I found this in the most Goldilocks moment of my life. Coop Home Goods Premium Eden pillow. It’s expensive, but it lives up to its name, in that I believe it was created in an environment free from original sin to perform as well as it does. you can adjust the amount of padding (and therefore firmness) if you want, which is pretty cool. —Bethany Allard, shopping journalist

Coop Home Goods Eden Pillow

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“During my journey to eliminate the need for overhead lighting in my apartment (I only want atmospheric vibes), my friend recommended this kid’s nightlight named Benson the duck. Benson is extremely cute, but I’m more of a cat person, so I grabbed this (unnamed) cat night light with a remote control, so I could change the colors or enjoy its warm glow from the comfort of my bed.The vibes in my bedroom are now at both immaculate and adorable. —Bethany Allard, shopping journalist

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“I’m trying to be a bit more sustainable in my daily life, and one thing I’ve been late to the party on is reusable grocery bags. I have two that are made of this tarp-like material, but they’re really beat up and it’s time to put them to rest I’ve always thought net-style grocery bags were so cute and wanted to look like a sophisticated European (imagine the one of these with a little wand sticking out of it!), so I bought a few to start with. So far I love them and they contain a lot more than I expected . —Dylan Haas, business reporter

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“I’ve been kickboxing for a few years now, but I use the same cheap gloves I bought when I started (they’re in pretty bad shape, and not in the right ‘seasoned’ way). I thought I should get myself a more premium pair as I’ve been consistent in training, and the Hayabusa T3 gloves have always been on my radar for their improved wrist support. Being someone who has ever suffered wrist injuries from boxing, I didn’t “It doesn’t take much to convince me to hang them. I can confirm that they are fantastic” —Dylan Haas, business reporter

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“If you’ve seen me staring only at a small MacBook screen in the past two years of working from home, no, you haven’t. Something about the new year randomly prompted me to upgrade my workspace to a dual screen setup I can’t I think I squeezed all my tabs to 13 inches before I love the thin bezels and silver scheme of this one from HP – I don’t I haven’t felt the need to go all out on a QLED or curved screen, but this one feels more expensive than it is.” —Leah Stodart, business reporter

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“I’ve wanted a pair of Sheertex tights since my co-workers and I tested them a few years ago. Unfortunately, these indestructible tights are very expensive compared to the $5 ones I usually buy at Target. And I couldn’t just not justify dropping $100 on a pair of tights. But this month, Sheertex had a sale in honor of the brand’s 5th anniversary, and I was able to grab a pair of sheer tights for just $29. They’re obviously still a bit more expensive than standard pantyhose, but I won’t have to throw them away because of snags or holes after three uses.” —Miller Kern, Associate Reviews Editor

Product photo Sheertex Essential Sheer Tights

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Zara is now selling dog clothes from £12.99 https://tailsawagginonline.com/zara-is-now-selling-dog-clothes-from-12-99/ Mon, 10 Jan 2022 08:00:00 +0000 https://tailsawagginonline.com/zara-is-now-selling-dog-clothes-from-12-99/ If you’re anything like us, you can’t resist a sales craze at Zara. The high street store is well known for some of its iconic pieces that fly off the shelves every year, but it looks like the brand is expanding its collection. Yes, now our pets can be as fashionable as us, because Zara […]]]>

If you’re anything like us, you can’t resist a sales craze at Zara.

The high street store is well known for some of its iconic pieces that fly off the shelves every year, but it looks like the brand is expanding its collection.

Yes, now our pets can be as fashionable as us, because Zara has reduced the price of its pet clothes.

Zara has treats for your pets (Credit: Zara)

Designed for dogs, prices start at just £12.99 and include pieces that will make your pooch the most fashionable pooch in town.

Some of our favorites include this adorable mini Christmas jumper, featuring Christmas trees, a Rudolph pattern, and two little armholes for your pup to hug his paws for… honestly, adorable.

Isn't that so cute?  (Credit: Zara)
Isn’t that so cute? (Credit: Zara)

To protect your pup from the miserable, drizzly January weather, you can also get your hands on this super soft raincoat, which comes with a little hood to keep your dog’s head dry.

At just £17.99, the coat comes in three colors and ranges from XXS to XXL, so from the smallest and most delicate Chihuahua to the mighty Bernese Mountain Dog, all puppy sizes are catered for.

Pair it with your fur baby (Credit: Zara)
Pair it with your fur baby (Credit: Zara)

Or, if you think your pet would benefit from a more fashionable look, you can get your hands on the Water Repellent Padded Jacket from the Pet Collection.

The high collar and adjustable drawcord will keep any dog ​​warm on those slightly colder winter nights.

Let your dog ride in style (Credit: Zara)
Let your dog ride in style (Credit: Zara)

And for the true fashionistas who want to channel their inner Paris Hilton, you can get mini pet carrier bags, so your pet dogs are held aloft for extra comfort.

In addition to their quirkier pet clothes, Zara also offers leashes, nylon belt bags and harnesses for your dogs and more.

Because having a four-legged friend doesn’t necessarily mean they can’t be fabulous!

You can see the full collection here.

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‘The Power of the Dog’ Clothing: History of Western Costume Design https://tailsawagginonline.com/the-power-of-the-dog-clothing-history-of-western-costume-design/ Mon, 10 Jan 2022 08:00:00 +0000 https://tailsawagginonline.com/the-power-of-the-dog-clothing-history-of-western-costume-design/ A historical look at how Jane Campion’s costumes collide the modern world of the 1920s with Western iconography. The hard hats, leather leggings, and button-up shirts in Jane Campion’s “The Power of the Dog” evoke century-old cinematic iconography and reflect a world even older than that. Look closer, however, and the camera reveals something else: […]]]>

A historical look at how Jane Campion’s costumes collide the modern world of the 1920s with Western iconography.

The hard hats, leather leggings, and button-up shirts in Jane Campion’s “The Power of the Dog” evoke century-old cinematic iconography and reflect a world even older than that. Look closer, however, and the camera reveals something else: many of these men are wearing strangely new clothes that look like they’ve just come straight out of a Sears catalog.

Despite their frequent setting in the late 19th century, Western stories are generally set in an ahistorical cinematic landscape where the West still has to be conquered. But Campion’s film shatters that mythology, highlighting how, in the 20th century, the modern world had encroached on what had become a carefully constructed male fantasy of ranch life to mail-order 10-gallon hats.

Kirsty Cameron’s costume designs straddle the modernism and glamor of the 1920s and the wild timelessness of the American West in a way that reflects the rapidly changing world and those, especially Benedict Cumberbatch’s toxic Phil Burbank , who reject the encroachment of modernity. In an interview with IndieWire, Cameron said, “I never really thought of it as a western,” but the western imagery and ideology is an unmistakable legacy the film struggles with.

The delicate balance of costumes

This complex orientation to the changing world informs Cameron’s costumes for each character in “The Power of the Dog,” all of whom inadvertently reveal how they wish to be seen by how they dress. In the film’s remote Montana landscape (played by New Zealand’s South Island), Rose Gordon (Kirsten Dunst) stands out as the most incongruous figure, not just for her femininity on a male-dominated ranch, but also for its embroidered decorative dresses. “Rose has a facade of disguise,” Cameron explained. “There’s this elevation of her costume the moment she arrives at the ranch,” a reflection of her newfound wealth and status as George Burbank’s wife.

"The power of the dog" costumes Jesse Plemons, Kirsten Dunst

Jesse Plemons and Kirsten Dunst in “The Power of the Dog”

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Likewise, Jesse Plemons’ George is perpetually dressed in formal suits (even when attending a cattle drive), a visual connection to his wealthy family and the “cleanliness of the life they lived”. Her brother, Phil (Cumberbatch), and Rose’s son, Peter (Kodi Smit-Mcphee) serve as a study in contrasts, revealing the conflicts between the old world and the new. Phil hides in the past and layers of dirt (which he notably refuses to bathe), hiding his Yale upbringing as well as the deeper impulses of his soul. He is perpetually preceded in spaces by his heavy woolly leggings like a kind of armor keeping everyone at bay.

Peter defies expectations in his ill-fitting store-bought jeans. Cameron suggests he’s at home in his lanky body: “He doesn’t mind being clumsy.” Ultimately, it’s his “disciplined minimalism” and defiance – wearing white shoes and shirts on a dusty ranch – that point to the future.

Taken together, the film’s many scenes of its characters choosing clothes and dressing up show how central their physical appearance was to Campion’s world – much more so than in the typical Hollywood Western.

Designing an Authentic West

“The Power of the Dog” comes at a time when the Western has long been reassessed, having mostly abandoned the old celebration of white supremacy and manifest destiny in favor of meditations on masculinity, isolation and repression . Along with this overhaul of genre philosophy, Westerns from “True Grit” (2010) to “The Assassination of Jesse James…” (2007) have moved away from the backlot of Western towns and off-the-rack cowboy uniforms. boy from previous decades. They, in turn, were celebrated for their cinematography, costumes, makeup, and art direction in a way the genre has never been at its peak as a B-movie staple.

For much of its history, its factory-like production meant Western craftsmanship was largely ignored. The blindness to their design elements stemmed from their familiarity – they had become so naturalized by the time the Academy began assigning costume design as its own category in 1949, Western iconography was so ingrained in the psyche of people that his craft could not be made visible.

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“Days of Heaven”

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It was the slow decline of the western as a celebration of manifest destiny that transformed the genre from a timeless mythology into a historically linked genre recognizable for these design elements. Beginning with Terrence Malick’s “Days of Heaven” in 1978, westerns – few in number at that time – eventually gained recognition for their craftsmanship. In the Costume Design category’s 73-year history, only 10 westerns have been nominated, and eight of those nominations have been for films made after Malick and costume designer Patricia Norris redefined the genre with “Days of Heaven.”

Like “The Power of the Dog,” Malick’s film is set in the 20th century, when Hollywood was already mythologizing a West still being tamed.

However, more than in this previous film, the costumes of “The Power of the Dog” by Cameron reflect this clash between the border and modernity. Whenever Phil’s timeless world in which the West has yet to be tamed by white masculinity seems to envelop everyone, a Converse All-Star is there to remind us that his world is the dying one.

Clothes make the cowboy

The Western genre was a staple of early cinema even before filmmakers moved to Los Angeles (due in part to its genre-appropriateness). Hollywood’s cottage industry of costume shops arose specifically to serve the many Westerns filmed in Southern California.

In 1912, Western Costume was founded to provide clothing specifically for Native American characters, which locals recognized as being inauthentically represented by these largely East Coast producers. On a research trip to Los Angeles for ‘The Power of the Dog’, Cameron scoured vintage stores for inspiration and made his way to Western Costume, always a staple in the industry, where they ended up acquiring most of the leggings worn by the cowherds in the film.

In 1925, the year “The Power of the Dog” takes place, Phil and his cowherds would have been infiltrated into the Western iconography of early cinema. As Campion explained to IndieWire’s Anne Thompson: “It’s right at the end of this mythology when the cowboys work there because they like the cowboys of old and they get their clothes from mail order and dress like cowboys as some kind of cowboys quote.”

"The power of the dog" Kodi Smit-Mcphee and Benedict Cumberbatch costumes

Kodi Smit-Mcphee and Benedict Cumberbatch in “The Power of the Dog”

Kirsty Griffin / NETFLIX

Iconic cowboy denim, chaps, boots and hats – made iconic by early movie cowboys such as Broncho Billy Anderson and Tom Mix – could be found at a convenience store or in the Sears catalog (introduced in 1889 and ubiquitous throughout the West). A close look at the cowboys following Phil shows a mix of well-worn duds as well as new purchases with fringe and embroidery, which Cameron and his team have hand-sewn to mimic the mass-produced styles of the early 20th century.

But Phil, whose loyalty is to the earlier version of the West, would never wear such conspicuous duds. As Cameron puts it, “Phil’s idea was that he had been wearing his clothes for a long time, that he was rejecting the idea, in some ways, of progress.”

Throughout the film, the costumes embody the difficult coexistence of the modern world and the timeless frontier, trapping the characters between these worlds just as they are bound by the vast void of the landscape. Yet at the same time, the characters’ clothes offer little disguise for their inner selves. And it’s only Peter’s acknowledgment of what lies beneath Phil’s layers of armor that ultimately paves the way for most of the film’s characters.

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Wallace and Gromit create dog clothes with NI’s UrbanPup https://tailsawagginonline.com/wallace-and-gromit-create-dog-clothes-with-nis-urbanpup/ Mon, 04 Oct 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://tailsawagginonline.com/wallace-and-gromit-create-dog-clothes-with-nis-urbanpup/ The creators of Wallace and Gromit have merged their talents with a company from Northern Ireland to manufacture dog clothing and accessories for the global market. Aardman, the billion dollar name behind The Wrong Trousers, Chicken Run and Shaun the Sheep, reached out to Co Down man Denis Kelly in a short, simple email asking […]]]>

The creators of Wallace and Gromit have merged their talents with a company from Northern Ireland to manufacture dog clothing and accessories for the global market.

Aardman, the billion dollar name behind The Wrong Trousers, Chicken Run and Shaun the Sheep, reached out to Co Down man Denis Kelly in a short, simple email asking for a collaboration.

Today, eight months later, they announce the worldwide availability of a range of Wallace and Gromit dog clothes by UrbanPup.

From his warehouse in Balloo, Bangor, Denis said the chance of a lifetime might have passed him by.

He explained: “I’m just glad I didn’t miss that email. It was an initial intro and I didn’t know it was from Aardman, and it wasn’t until after a few exchanges of messages Aardman was mentioned along with Wallace and Gromit.

“They had seen that we were making dog football shirts for the Northern Ireland and Scotland football team and they asked me what I would think of making a range for Wallace and Gromit.

“I couldn’t believe what I was seeing. I’m a Wallace and Gromit fan so I knew who I was dealing with right away and it was huge. I only had to think about it for a second, just to catch my breath before saying yes.

“My stomach hit the floor because they’re absolutely huge, an award-winning brand, huge in the US and across Europe and the UK and I thought it would be a big break for us if we could go there to arrive.”



All dressed up Wallace and Gromit style

Denis, 60, set up UrbanPup in 2007 with business partner Andrew Cosgrove, from Lisburn, Co Antrim.

Denis explained that the idea for the business was born out of a chance conversation with his daughter about the Kelly family dog, Buster.

He said: ‘Buster was just a puppy and my daughter was worried he would get cold walking around so she bought a little coat to keep him warm.

“It made me think of people in London and the United States who at the time dressed their dogs in designer clothes and I felt the trend would probably come to Northern Ireland as well.



UrbanPup’s Dennis Kelly with some of the Wallace and Gromit dog coats

“So we started making good quality leashes, collars, coats and harnesses and the sales started coming in. That was 14 years ago and we have never looked back. The demand is huge, and now we even make pajamas, onsies, terry dressing gowns and car cradles to keep dogs safe while traveling.

“So teaming up with Aardman has been an amazing experience and a huge boost and now we’re ready for people to enjoy what we’ve created together under the Wallace and Gromit brand at UrbanPup.

“We are a big company that loves dogs and we are a family that loves dogs. Sadly, our dog Buster passed away two years ago at the age of 12. He had been diagnosed with diabetes and in the end we had to let him go in peace and that was one of the hardest things we had to deal with as a family.

“We’ll bring another dog into our lives someday, but even two years later we’re still pretty raw about Buster and we’re just not ready to have another dog yet.



Cracking the full effect of the Wallace and Gromit brand

“When the time is right we’ll take the plunge and in the meantime I guess we have Buster to thank for so much success including being recognized by Aardman. Without Buster we probably wouldn’t have gone into dog clothes and accessories business at all.

“The Aardman team were great to work with and we continued design and production and explained that the quality had to be the same as what we always produce, it had to be practical, washable, fashionable, durable and good to watch.

“They agreed and basically let us do our part of the deal while they sent us the footage they wanted to use and we’re all very proud of the end results.”

UrbanPup’s Wallace and Gromit range goes on sale Monday October 4 and after accepting operational silence on the deal for the past eight months, Denis said he was delighted and relieved to be able to talk about the new venture.



Ready to wear, Wallace sweater, shirt and tie

He said: “Aardman wanted to have a range of Wallace and Gromit products that would be taken seriously, be fashionable and practical, so they really wanted to mix the two brands together to produce this range.

“We suggested that we could do the famous sou’wester yellow coat and hat, and although it was quite difficult to do, we did it and now we have a PVC outer coat and hat with ear flaps, both fully fleece lined and waterproof.

“Then we have Wallace’s sweater with shirt and tie in a chunky knit that slips over the dog’s head.

“We also made a rainproof fleece lined coat, collar, leash and harness as well as the collar bandana in the same print. We already had an UrbanPup print with umbrellas that Aardman liked and with the help of their design team in the emails we added Gromit in the sou’wester and bag.



Waterproof print matches harness, leash, collar and bandana

“Looking back, the whole experience was amazing. Being invited to join this industry giant was one of those times when I needed to pinch myself.

“We probably wouldn’t have approached them myself because it’s such a big company and I would expect an email from people like me to get lost in the sheer number they The fact that they came to us and asked us to work together was just amazing.

“It gives a lot of credibility to our brand and it feels like all the work we’ve done over the years has been recognized now and that’s a very satisfying feeling.

“Our major markets are currently England, Scotland and Wales, followed by France, Italy, Spain and Scandinavia. We have a good market in Australia and a decent market in the United States and Canada.

“Now, having worked with Aardman, we believe the business will expand further and also help us put Northern Ireland on the map and that feels good too.”



Denis Kelly and the Wallace and Gromit Subwest

Adam Vincent-Garland, Category Manager at Aardman, said: “Gromit remains one of the most recognizable pooches in the world, so it’s only fitting that he finally has his own line of high-end pet fashion apparel. quality.

“Urban Pup has done a great job creating the collection in time for the new Fall/Winter season. Each piece features attention to detail that fans of the series will appreciate. From London, Paris to West Wallaby Street – all over in the world you walk your canine friends in; now pet lovers can do it in style with this fabulous and fun collection.”

Aardman is estimated to have a global value of $1.1 billion worldwide.



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‘Hot dog!’ – Collect these Disney dog ​​clothes for your pooch https://tailsawagginonline.com/hot-dog-collect-these-disney-dog-clothes-for-your-pooch/ Mon, 21 Dec 2020 08:00:00 +0000 https://tailsawagginonline.com/hot-dog-collect-these-disney-dog-clothes-for-your-pooch/ Credit: Disney Parks Blog Fresh off the Disney Parks Blog: a massive collection of pet gear for you and your furry friend! The “Reigning Cats and Dogs” collection launches on shopDisney.com on December 28, 2020. Featuring Disney dog ​​apparel, cat accessories, home essentials, pet clothing and more, the merchandise line is perfect for ushering in […]]]>

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Fresh off the Disney Parks Blog: a massive collection of pet gear for you and your furry friend! The “Reigning Cats and Dogs” collection launches on shopDisney.com on December 28, 2020. Featuring Disney dog ​​apparel, cat accessories, home essentials, pet clothing and more, the merchandise line is perfect for ushering in the new year in style. Below we cover stylish dress choices for you and your pup! If you’re looking for Disney cat gear, try these furry picks instead.
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It’s all about the dogs

Go get these Disney PAWsitively awesome dog clothes to outfit your pup in magical style. They are available next week on shopDisney.com and in Resort stores.

Just in time for the New Year, the all-new Disney Parks Reigning Cats and Dogs Collection will be available at Walt Disney World Resort, Downtown Disney District at Disneyland Resort and online at shopDisney.com starting December 28. This all-new assortment is the first-ever Disney Parks collection for pet owners and pets with apparel, accessories and more!

The designs feature some of everyone’s favorite Disney dogs, including Pongo and Perdita from ‘One Hundred and One Dalmatians’, Dug from ‘Up’, Max from ‘The Little Mermaid’, Lady and the Tramp from ‘Lady and the Tramp” and of course, Pluto! The designs also feature some favorite Disney cats, including Thomas O’Malley and Marie from “The Aristocats”, Dinah and Cheshire Cat from “Alice in Wonderland”, Lucifer from “Cinderella”, Mochi from “Big Hero 6” and even Yzma as a cat. -form of “The Emperor’s New Groove!”

As seen in our cover photo, this Pluto Sleeveless Dog Shirt has a D-ring neck slit for stylish walks and a hoodie to keep cold ears warm! Disney writes,

“Pluto encourages your furry four-legged friend to ‘Stay Pawsitive’ on this Disney Dogs hoodie. Sketchy illustrations feature a number of cute canines so your pooch always has plenty of company on their walks.

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Credit: Disney Parks Blog

Slip into this all-weather raincoat for wet rides for $34.99. We hope this comes in a variety of sizes! According to Disney,

“When cats and dogs rule, your four-legged friend will be happy to have the company of select Disney dogs to keep them dry. This hooded raincoat has an all-over print featuring a colorful collection of your favorite movie dogs.

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Credit: Disney Parks Blog

For just under $40, pick up this all-over print of animated dogs on the loose on this Disney Dog Shirt. There’s also a surprise for pet owners to match this look…coming next week! According to Disney,

“Your loyal four-legged friend will be joined by many of your favorite Disney dogs wherever they go in this stylish collared shirt. Pongo, Pluto and Tramp are among the colorful cast of dogs featured on this shirt’s all-over print available in a choice of sizes.

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For the more frilly, this delicate smocked and ruffled look is $34.99. How many of your favorite Disney dogs can you name? According to Disney,

“Your chic canine companion will strut in style in this cute dress. The allover print features many of Disney’s favorite dogs, including Pluto, Max and Nana, and it’s all accented with a pretty satin bow.

disney dog ​​dress
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To match the recently released Disney Dogs Spirit shirt, this mini version for your personal pooch sells for $24.99. According to Disney,

“Your four-legged friend will love representing the Disney Dogs team in this all-cotton Spirit jersey. The all-over print includes a pack of canine companions for your pooch to ride with.

disney dog ​​spirit
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Finally, a “walk in the park” is nothing without this feminine dog shirt with a bow hood. For $24.99, this Lady and the Tramp shirt is a must-have. According to Disney,

“Your four-legged friend will love representing the Disney Dogs team in this all-cotton Spirit jersey. The all-over print includes a pack of canine companions for your pooch to ride with.

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Want a simple decorative touch? Try one of these necklace accessories. Add a bow tie, flowery ribbon, or layered Disney bandanas for bigger pup style. The bandana trio set is $24.99 and each bow collar accessory is $6.99

disney dog ​​clothes accessories

matching disney dog ​​clothes
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Which of these Disney dog ​​clothes will you collect for your furry friend? We live the RUFF life, that’s for sure. Leave us a comment below!

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