Last week, PetsPyjamas rolled out the Petwalk for their very first Pet Fashion Show. The runway show, featuring Made in Chelsea’s Rosie Fortescue and her miniature Dachshund, Noodle, showcased the latest Pet-a-Porter trends, from country plaids to graphic prints. Proving that fashion trends aren’t just for humans. Here we give you a breakdown of the latest looks and what you (and your couture canine) should be wearing next season…

 

MIX & MATCH

For AW12, it’s all in the clash. Olivia wears clashing prints courtesy of JW Anderson – perfect with a tartan coat by LoveMyDog, as worn by Atticus the Dachshund.


CHECK MATE

Plaid, please! Every woman needs a tartan dress in her wardrobe for the new season. We offset this Vivienne Westwood style with a smart plaid coat by Mutts & Hounds for Rufus the Norfolk Terrier.

PUNK LUXE

Rosie Fortescue loved her and Noodle’s punk-inspired looks. A Kat Maconie studded collar and lead spells rebel chic, while a crisp white shirt tempers a Karl by Karl Lagerfeld leather skirt and ACNE jacket. It’s all about balance to keep things chic.

TRUE BLUE

From cerulean to cobalt, blue is officially the hue to be seen in. We dressed model Camilla in a bright 3.1 Phillip Lim dress and clashing Nicholas Kirkwood shoes, and her furry friends in coordinating Holly&Lil accessories.


BRIGHT IDEA

Brighten up you and your pet’s autumn/winter wardrobes with paintbox brights. Tiber wears a sunshine yellow Mulberry mac, while Lottie wears a matching Alice + Olivia jacket and floral print flares.

BACK TO NATURE

Go back to nature with graphic florals and garden-scene printed silks. We love Mary Katrantzou’s trompe d’oeil dress and Holly&Lil’s coordinating lime lead and collar, as modelled by Anna and Lopez.

GO GRAPHIC

Prints are set to go graphic next season. Mary Katrantzou pioneers the trend with her much sought after dresses. We matched this showstopping style with Holly&Lil collars and leads.

PRINTS CHARMING

It’s all about picking out a colour in your outfit and making this the focus of your pet’s accessories. Look to Natalie and Babby for a stylish example of how to work the trend.