Posts Tagged ‘shoulder bag’
Kate from Moderncat tipped me off to Free Stitch, a Japanese company designing and making beautiful clothing, collars, leashes and other accessories for dogs. From what I understand, they are a group of graphic designers who wanted their pets to look as beautiful as they were on the inside, so they started making clothes. What really seals the deal for me, though, is the product photography.
I’m not a huge fan of carrying around your dog like an accessory, but I understand that some people need a way to conveniently transport their dog while freeing up their hands. Therefore, I can appreciate a well-designed pet carrier when I see one.
The Fundle® from Gramercy Pet is a sling bag for your small dog (it comes in three small sizes). It’s lightweight with a padded shoulder strap and very stylish. In fact, there are lots of patterns available for purchase on their website. The front of the bag is covered in mesh fabric for ventilation and there are also dual zipper pockets on the front and back. It features a safety cover and removable cover, and is even machine washable.
Neue Galerie presents a new brand, Neue Hund, a line of chic canine couture and luxe accessories inspired by the museum?s mascot, a chocolate miniature Schnauzer named Milly von Barksky (the model). The line was conceived by museum director Renée Price, who travels the world to assemble the finest accessories for dogs and their owners, made by some of the most talented designers. Every item incorporates the principles of Vienna 1900 design: a refined aesthetic, exquisite materials, and superior craftsmanship. In other words, these are for the most distinguished and discerning of doggies.
The Hund Travel Carrier is made from hand-sewn chocolate brown calf-skin with comfortable hand-stitched leather handles, detachable woven shoulder strap, and nickel-plated brass hardware. Suitable for pets up to 20 lbs. Produced by R. Horn?s Wien.