Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, and that includes these twinning scarves by Binary Style for you and your pet...
You’ve liked the twinning selfies of a husky and his owner, followed these famous dogs on Instagram, and eyed designer labels Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci and Moschino’s CNY collections to celebrate the Year of the Dog: now you can twin up with your furbabies with matching scarves by Binary Style! The homegrown label teams up with Good Dog People for an exclusive collection that will have you shopping for a good cause in style.
Known for its collection of gorgeous printed scarves that pay homage to Singapore’s heritage and culture, Binary Style is no stranger to our drawer full of colourful accessories.
Knowing a thing or two about twinning (the brains behind the label, Santhi and Sari Tunas, are actual twins!), the brand has joined forces with the folks behind Good Dog People to create an exclusive collection — Homage to Singapore Specials — featuring brightly printed scarves for dogs and their hooman. The collection is inspired by the city’s street dogs, and as part of doing good for our canine friends, a percentage of the sale will be donated to Action for Singapore Dogs, an organisation that aids stray and abandoned dogs.
Since we’re always in the mood to give back to the community (and look super stylish while at it), we can’t wait to get our hands on these! Check out the entire collection and grab a couple of pairs at the Singapore Pet Expo 2018, happening from 6 to 8 April. Keep an eye out for the vibrant neckerchieves at the Good Dog People-Singapaw Showcase area helmed by the independent start-up together with Asia’s Next Top Model judge and dog lover, Daniel Boey.
Every day is a catwalk, and walking your canines on the street is no exception. So why not look your best in matching neckerchieves that will have you and your furry companion serving looks?
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