It's more puppy love for Quvenzhané Wallis!
The 9-year-old star of Beasts of the Southern Wild hit the red carpet at Monday's Oscar nominees luncheon in Beverly Hills with another one of her pet purses on hand.
"That's my signature," she told Ellen DeGeneres during a January visit to her talk show, where Wallis admitted owning close to 20 of the doggy accessory, designed by Poochie & Co.
Love really does come in every shade – including furball!
Boardwalk Empire star Jack Huston and his dog joined Gap for its new holiday campaign, which also features Michael J. Fox and Parks & Recreation's Aubrey Plaza.
"I said, 'Of course,'" says Huston in a Gap promotional video, also featuring stars like Michael J. Fox and Aubrey Plaza, who appear in the campaign. "It's nice, it means I'll have a lovely photograph of me and my dog together, which will last a lifetime."
Blake Lively is getting a little out of control.
It's not enough that the actress has a toy poodle named Penny who has stayed tiny forever.
Nope, not good enough. Lively has to bring her tiny, tiny shadow (along with new husband Ryan Reynolds's dog, Baxter) to work on the Gossip Girl set in Queens, New York. She did this on Thursday, with Penny wearing dog pajamas.
Not just any old puppy pajamas, either – these PJs were covered in fluffy white sheep.
The color pink, a slice of cake, lacy lingerie, poodles.
"Certain things just make me smile," Isaac Mizrahi told PEOPLE at the launch of Fabulous, his first fragrance for women. The designer brought that sense of joy to the perfume's ad campaign. "I see a poodle, it just makes me smile."
For the campaign, two black standard poodles joined a model (in pink!) outside New York City's Guggenheim Museum. In one scene, a show-trimmed pooch appears to be asking for a spritz of the scent, which features mandarin, nectarine, jasmine and cedar.
How 'bout those Jimmy Choos!
Twelve rescue dogs left the shelter for a taste of the spotlight this month, getting lensed by famed photographer Elliott Erwitt for a fashion spread in the November issue of Town & Country.
From a wirehaired dachshund mix named Hope to a Great Dane named Bellini, these dogs from the Humane Society of New York looked picture-perfect for the editorial, which was shot in New York City's Central Park.
Cat models and United Bamboo are back – and they're seeing beyond calendars this time.
After a year-long hiatus from the kitty business, fashion house United Bamboo is expanding, offering more feline-glorifying goods in addition to the classic calendar that first earned a following in 2009 with 12 snapshots of costume-clad cats (know as nameneko, a trend from United Bamboo designer Miho Aoki's native Japan).
Also up for grabs this year: magnets, posters, framed prints and an LED lightbox, all of which picture images of photogenic felines donning sized-down (but just as stylish) runway attire, designed by United Bamboo, Le Bac and Bamboo By. (All of the swag falls under a new spin-off brand, Catclub by United Bamboo.)
Cats are the fashion obsession that walked in the door several seasons back, and the trend shows no signs of walking out come fall.
For her September cover of Nylon magazine, proud cat lady Lea Michele, who is mom to Sheila, rocks a faux pearl headband in the shape of cat ears.
And fans are in luck: similarly-minded animal lovers can purchase the delicate headpiece from British retailer ASOS for $20.44.
Bret Michaels wanted a dog bed with metal studs.
"I wanted them," he tells PEOPLE, "but realized very quickly, not very safe, so got rid of them."
The rocker-by-day is speaking as a designer of pet accessories. It's an endeavor he took on with PetSmart this year, and one that's resulted in the firstPets Rock Collection, a line of toys, apparel and beds that are exactly what you might expect from Michaels.
British interior designer Abigail Ahern has it a picture-perfect home, impeccable taste – and now, you can have a piece of it, too.
The London-based Ahern is hopping across the Pond later this summer for a design workshop at New York City's Ace Hotel.
"There's so much stuff I hate, and I just wasn't finding anything I like," Ahern told PEOPLE about her famous lamps, crafted in animal forms.
Get Ahern's insider tips on design and style by attending one of her Design School classes, happening at Manhattan's Ace Hotel on August 4. Click here to learn more and RSVP for a session.
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