Doggy Style: Top Dog Products for the Cultured Canine
Keep your pampered pooch in the style to which he’s accustomed: our guide to the best dog accessories London has to offer, from designer dog collars to organic pet treats
Collar Collage: Hiro + Wolf have stacks of colourful, well made accessories
Who? Hiro + Wolf are stocked by Selfridges and their products are all handmade in the UK, materials sourced ethically from around the world and particularly from artisans in Kenya. Their collars are beautiful, fair trade and modelled by an exquisitely alarmed whippet. We’re delighted to see they have a human jewellery range too.
Where? Head out to east London for their studio and shop: ONE FOUR SIX,146 Columbia Road, London, E2 7RG
Top Jumper: Style Tails is an online space where dog (and cat) lovers may find goods and services for their four legged friends, all in one place. The company is the brainchild of Sara Ebbett who - having worked in the fashion industry - knows how to create a seriously stylish pooch.
The Best Bed: Cloud 7's will make your floor cloud 9
Why? Cloud 7 is a Berlin brand bringing Kreutzberg cool to the floors of London’s homes. Stocked by Selfridges, their dog beds are well made and functional, with not a gimmicky mini sofa in sight.
Where? Selfridges stock, head to the flagship, 400 Oxford Street, London, W1A 1AB
Beautiful Bowls: Mungo and Maud's are made to last, even if dinner's gone in seconds
Who? Mungo and Maud has rapidily become the place to go for dog heaven and they feature beautiful items. We love these dog bowls- solid, timeless and practical: this set is stainless steel set in oak.
Where? The Belgravia store is at 79 Elizabeth Street, London, SW1W 9PJ
Top Coat: Barbour shop twinset? Match your wax jacket to your Weimaraner
Why? Barbour has long being clothing humans for all weathers and their wax jacket has become a style icon in its own right since the brand’s recent revival. It seems a natural step to clothe dogs, too.
Where Available online, at stores Londonwide, including the flagship store at Covent Garden, St Martins Courtyard, 134
Long Acre, London WC2E 9AA
Treat Time: Lily's Kitchen has organic, healthy and even vegetarian offerings
Why? Organic and well-made dog treats recently became a market revelation as people started calling up companies on the chemicals you might find in your average can of chum. You're spoilt for choice for organic suppliers, but Lily's Kitchen gets a round of appaws from us.
Where Lily's Kitchen online does next day delivery and is stocked across London.
Triple Treat Time: Louis Vuitton gets carried away with its luxury line
Why? Better than a handbag: whoever Baxter was, he was a dog who knew how to travel in style. We couldn’t resist featuring this crazy Louis Vuitton ‘Baxter’ canvas carrier which even puts LV’s human luggage to shame. The design giant stock slightly more affordable collars and leads, too.
Where? Products can be delivered to the store, and the flagship is at 17/20 New Bond Street, W1S 2RB, London