Fashion Designers Create Pug Dog Looks for Charity

 - Jan 12, 2012
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Twenty internationally acclaimed fashion designers put their best couture creations on stuffed pups for the 'Pug Dogs For Happy Kids' project created by Italian online luxury store luisaviaroma and German plush toy-maker Steiff to benefit Unicef.

The Pug Dogs For Happy Kids collection was presented at the Pitti Trade Fair in Florence, Italy, and includes 20 limited edition dolled-up plush doggies extravagantly dressed in some of the most recognized outfits of the upcoming 2012 Spring/Summer season.

Etro, Antonio Marras, Blumarine, Roberto Cavalli, David Koma and Emilio Pucci are amongst the Pug Dogs For Happy Kids designers featured.

As part of the charity project the fashionista pups are getting adopted by the most influential fashion-bloggers and subsequently, will be available online for a charity auction that will benefit Unicef's charity fund.

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