5 Fashion designers’ dogs that are rocking Instagram harder than you
Designer: Marc Jacobs
Breed: Bull Terrier
Age: Eight years old
Arguably the most famous fashion dog, Neville enjoys a superstar life in New York. He goes for walks with models Christy Turlington and Carolyn Murphy, naps in the arms of Georgia May Jagger and Cara Delevigne and holidays in St. Barts. Some things to note: He only wears Marc Jacobs, and he has recently landed a book deal.
Designer: Simon Porte Jacquemus
Age: Two months old
When Jacquemus revealed the first photo of his blue-eyed puppy dog last week, our hearts melted from the cuteness. Simon named him Toutou (“puppy” in French), and now takes the dachshund everywhere with him: to the studio, on a rainy walk, or to meet friends in a Parisian cafe. Ah, the life!
Designer: Dries Van Noten
Breed: Airedale Terrier
Age: One-and-a-half years old
Dries Van Noten has a thing for Airedale terriers. When his best canine friend Harry passed away last year, he didn't think he'd get a new puppy, but Scott came along, and everything changed. He recently celebrated his birthday with a home-bake bunny cake by the designer.
Designer: Pierpaolo Piccioli
Breed: Unknown, rescue dog
Age: Two-and-a-half years old
Named after the iconically fierce fictional magazine editor Miranda Priestley, he can often be found backstage, cosying up to other big editors, namely, Anna Wintour, who he was papped kissing at Valentino. You can follow his fashion adventures on both Instagram and TikTok.
Designer: Donatella Versace
Breed: Jack Russell Terrier
Her status as Donatella’s favourite (as she states in her Instagram bio) is proven when she starred in Versace's Chinese New Year 2018 campaign. The glamorous pooch has a royal lifestyle—she never eats from a bowl on the floor (she prefers to sit at the table with a golden plate!), she wears Versace collar, and she often accompanies Donatella on plush private flights and Michelin-starred restaurants.