Baby Milo Releases More Pet Accessories for SS19

Ice packs, raincoats and more.

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After setting up a successful Pets Collection Pop-Up store last November in Hong Kong, Baby Milo is returning with a new line-up of pet accessories for Spring/Summer 2019.

The new range includes a bevy of soft goods, toys and apparel to keep your pets happy during the heat including a Baby Milo ice pack, a raincoat emblazoned with BAPE’s signature CAMO and Baby Milo print, rucksacks and caps. In addition to the aforementioned, a Baby Milo/Banana head piece, chew toys and bowl will also be offered up.

Take a look at the SS19 range via the lookbook above and product shots below. Pricing ranges from $159 HKD to $399 HKD (approximately $20 USD to $51 USD). All items are available now at select Baby Milo and i.t. locations. New items will be added, so stay tuned for updates.

For more Baby Milo releases, the Ghostbusters 35th anniversary capsule will be landing at the end of the month.

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