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Its haute couture outerwear has an impressive celebrity fan base - and now you can also deck-out your dog in Moncler fashion. <br>The French Italian label is the latest brand to launch a range for our four-legged friends - all at an eye-watering price tag. <br>Not all are fans however - and the designs have been mocked slot online gampang menang ( https://maps.google.td/url?q=https://heylink.me/slot-gacor-mudah-menang/ ), with some saying they look like they are made from old tyres. <br>The label is also selling a £420 harness, hooded jackets for £455 and even a £655 dog carrier.<br>      (image:  )    Snappy dresser: The gilet has distinctive boudin quilting and down-filled padding to keep your pooch warm <br>      (image:  )    Pink for your pooch: The padded gilet design comes in a range of colours, including this pale pink<br>      (image:  )    <br>      (image:  )     Social media users mocked the designs, criticising the look and stating that £400 was a lot for a dog gilet <br>Moncler was launched in 1952 in the French Alps, initially creating quilted jackets to be used by cold-weather workers, mountaineers, and skiers throughout Europe. <br>Italian entrepreneur Remo Ruffini then bought the near-bankrupt company in 2003 and moved it to Milan, re-launching Moncler as a global purveyor of luxury goods. <br>It has since expanded to create vests, raincoats, windbreakers, knitwear, leather goods, footwear, fragrance and related accessories.<br>And now it is trying to crack the burgeoning canine market.  <br>On its website, it writes that its hooded gilets are designed to keep pooches warm this winter. <br>  RELATED ARTICLES                  Share this article Share    Of the gilet, it states: 'Its distinctive boudin quilting and down-filled padding ensure your precious pooch keeps warm, while the high neck and snap fasteners not only ensure a snug fit, but make it easy to put on and take off.'<br>The pricey gilet comes in black and pink - and even goes down to a size double zero for tiny pooches.<br>But social media users were quick to slam the products, saying the price for dog clothes was ridiculous.<br>One user wrote: 'Imagine spending £400 on a Moncler jacket for your dog.'<br>Another said: 'I mean…am I about to buy a Moncler jacket for my dog before I buy one for myself?'<br>      (image:  )    <br>      (image:  )    Mock away: Users on social media were quick to slam the dog outerwear, saying it was overpriced and looked like old tyres<br>A third person said the costly coat resembled tyre offcuts.<br>They wrote: 'Three-hundred-and-eighty whole pounds for your dog to look like it's been wrapped in offcuts of very old tyres.'<br>While another mocked the design, writing: Yeah, but it's couture.'<br>The Moncler Poldo Dog Couture collection also features a £265 lead and a £195 collar.<br>      (image:  )    Choke hold: The gillet comes up to the dogs neck to keep them warm, and has a popper which can easily be opened <br>      (image:  )    Branding for dogs: The gillets all feature Monclers famous logo.  The brand started using it as an emblem in the 1960s after it became an official supplier of the French Olympic ski team. The Moncler coloring reflects the French flag's tricolor — blue, white, and red<br>      (image:  )    Paws for thought when you pick a colour: The gilets come in several colours and some even have a furry colour  <br>      (image:  )    Because I'm woof it:  The gilet comes in lots of snazzy designs perfect for any outing in the British winter<br>      (image:  )    Perfect for French bulldogs: The striking gilet and lead also come in the brand's famous tri-colours <br>      (image:  )    Harness me up: The brand uses strange dog mannequins to demonstrate their new outwear designs <br>      (image:  )    It's a dog's life: The padded dog carrier comes in one size and costs £655- perfect for pooches who don't want to walk <br>The brand is far from the first fashion label to start tapping into the dog market however. <br>Earlier this year, fashion house Gucci launched a  - again with eye-watering price tags.<br>The most expensive items included pet beds costing £5,710, a travel bowl set for £2,990 and a £2,510 animal carrier.<br>Smaller pieces in the collection included a £310 cashmere sweater, a waste bag holder at £285 and a leash to set you back £255. <br>Women's clothing designer Miu Miu and Versace also cater for pets. <br>
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