Heron Preston & NASA Partner With Very Important Puppies for Dog Wear Collection

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Heron Preston is revamping his NASA collection for man’s best friend. The multifaceted designer has linked up once again with luxury dog brand Very Important Pets (V.I.P.) for a canine-centered collection, offering a range of clothing including windbreakers, a hoodie and crewneck and a few accessories. Following the minimal design motif of the human counterpart, the apparel lands in monochromatic hues of black, white and silver with orange detailing. All the articles sport a V.I.P. branding element on the front, the space agency’s emblem on the back and a high-vis orange Heron Preston tag on the left sleeve. Accessories include a matching NASA-branded jacquard tape collar and leash along with a white bone-shaped poop bag dispenser complete the elevated collection.

Cop the collection for your fury friend on veryimportantpuppies.dog for $25 USD to $310 USD.

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