Would you spoil your furry friend with the Gucci pet bed worth R122 000?

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A dog in a monogrammed carrier bag from Gucci at Manderly Gardens, Shouson Hill, 21 JULY 2004.
A dog in a monogrammed carrier bag from Gucci at Manderly Gardens, Shouson Hill, 21 JULY 2004.
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Looking for a designer bowl for your pet? Well, if you're willing to fork out R10 000, you can get one from Gucci.

The luxury brand has released a pet accessory line, which includes pet bowls, beds, beanies, and coats.

The launch came along with an adorable pet photo shoot, which pictured dogs and cats posing next to their pricey Gucci accessories.

According to Hollywood Reporter, the photographs were taken by Namibian-German artist and designer Max Siedentopf.

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If you're wondering how much a Gucci pet coat or bowl will cost, the fashion house has included all available products on their website.

While the Large Herbarium print pet bowl will set you back $615 (R10 000), you can also expect to pay $7 500 (R122 000) for the Herbarium pet bed, and $930 (R15 000) for the Pet GG coat.

Gucci's pet accessory launch comes not long after Tommy Hilfiger announced the launch of their own pet accessory line. 


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