Just LOOK at the cute little puppy swamped in the Moschino hoodie.

 

This capsule collection for the canine in your life is all thanks to a fab collaboration with Moschino and H&M.

 

It is the work of Moschino's Creative Director Jeremy Scott and we are loving every piece.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

CANINE COUTURE ! @moschino  @hm #HMOSCHINO

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Available on November 8th, this is the Swedish label’s first collection for pets. 

 

Jeremy said that Moschino approached him for a children’s collection, but the designer decided he wanted a new challenge.

 

And this is definitely one, with the collection including doggy hoodie's printed with the house’s logo or tiny puffer jackets smothered in gold chain print.

 

This collection ties in with Jeremy's own Spring '19 collection, which was inspired by his earlier years.

 

 

He said, ''whenever I design, I think about my friends. The Moschino x H&M look book is like a party; celebrating the fun, the pop, the creativity, and the energy of the people and the collection.''

 

The line is completed with this nod to man's best friend.

 

The reaction on social media to the pieces shows just how excited people are for this hound haute couture. 

 

One wrote, ''really hope I can grab one of these, and a matching set for myself'' while another said, ''this si adorable.''

 

We couldn't agree more - they're the cutest. 

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