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The fashion force and host of The Fashion Show: Ultimate Collection is busy, busy, busy – especially while presenting his eponymous collection this week – but he still makes time for his dogs Harry (foreground) and Dean. “I do believe that there is this devotion that we share,” Mizrahi said in the documentary My Dog: An Unconditional Love Story.
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The family bulldog, Coco, has a fashionable name, and a nose for footwear. And if that isn’t enough, the pooch has even been spotted in Victoria’s twitpics wearing nail polish!
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Loeffler Randall’s creative director loves taking her dog Romeo out to the dog park in New York City (in the summer when it’s warm, of course!). After a stressful day at the office creating her line of cult-favorite accessories, a day in the park with Romeo sounds like the perfect remedy.
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The bridal and evening wear designer takes her beloved dog Lou Lou everywhere, and she isn’t shy about sharing. “Enjoying Fall in Paris with Lou Lou,” she Tweeted. On another occasion, Acra wrote on Twitter, “Lou Lou and me are off to a traditional Kentucky barbecue tonight.” That’s what we call a lucky dog!
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SHIPLEY & HALMOS
Roscoe (a black pug) and Pilot (a French bulldog) are the two cuties that call the designers behind downtown-prepster fave Shipley & Halmos their dads. Pilot belongs to Sam Shipley, and Roscoe goes with Jeff Halmos.
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With apologies to Roscoe, the most formidable pugs in fashion belong to legendary Italian designer Valentino Garavani. They are so important, in fact, that the five pooches – Milton, Molly, Margot, Maude and Monty – play a big part in Valentino: The Last Emperor, the documentary about the designer. They even appeared on the film’s poster!
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Is it any surprise that a famously stylish designer’s dog would be sporting a fashionable look to a movie premiere? Puppy the dog tagged along with Roy and her daughter Ava Dash for the premiere of Marley & Me.
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The menswear designer is so enamored of his three-legged pooch, Tiny Tim, that the dog is prominently displayed – well, just about anywhere it can be. Tiny Tim, an amputee who was rescued after being hit by a car, is the dog in the brand’s logo.
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Just like her designer mom, tiny Molly (a Chinese Crested Powder Puff) is cute as a button. “I call her the unicorn puppy because she doesn’t really look like a dog,” Fetherston told the Fashion Informer. “She looks like a fairytale creature, with her blue eyes and rabbit ears.”
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Stevie the Yorkie – named after singer Stevie Nicks – accompanies the youthful designer to castings and to shows – and even gets to hang out with models.
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For Stitch, the designer’s Yorkshire Terrier, every day is Bring Your Dog to Work Day. “He runs this place,” Rose told Animal League TV. “Without Stitch, nothing gets done.”
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DEAN & DAN CATEN
The designers behind DSquared love dogs so much that they partnered with Yoox.com last year to launch a line of sassy dog accessories that benefited animal rescue. One perk of being a Catens’ pup? Chihuahua Dixy (not pictured) and French bulldog Mug got to rock out the edgy collars and leashes.