The Secret (And Fashionable!) Life Of Pets | Pet Society

The Secret (And Fashionable!) Life Of Pets

Photo by Shaira Luna

What do our favorite furry and feathered companions get up to when left on their own? We take a peek into their accessorized alternate worlds and find out.

Animal instinct calls for the finer things in life. Enter the secret life of pets, where Gucci classics are the treat of choice. 

Trends take a backseat to timelessness for a handsome pair of tortoises, pictured with the Gucci Horsebit 1955 and the Gucci Bamboo 1947. An iguana finds rest in the crescent of a Jackie 1961, relaxing over bejeweled gold hardware. If luxury affords comfort, it wasn’t hard for our cold-blooded companions to make a habitat out of the handbags, since each one was meticulously crafted with precious leather and quality materials. 

The handle of the Gucci Bamboo 1947, for one, is still forged by a flame—the same way it was made during Italy’s post-war era. Its mini version is the perfect pairing for a pet, its handle leaving enough resting room for a paw.

Take cues from our furry friends’ affinity for quiet luxe: solid colors save for Gucci’s classic GG monogram and classic gold and silver hardware. Below, find dapper dogs dressed in the most decadent of silk and jacquard wool, and one curious cat, ornamented with subtly elegant accessories. 

Photographs by SHAIRA LUNA. Styling by RENEE DE GUZMAN. Fashion Director PAM QUIÑONES

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