FashionSchoolReview.com Chases Down Canine Couture from Dog Fashion Designers

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'Every dog has his day' as the saying goes, and at FashionSchoolReview.com, an interactive fashion education site, fashion conscious owners and their canine counterparts can now be ready to face whatever, or whoever, the day may bring. FashionSchoolReview.com, a top fashion education Web site that offers fashion education resources from around the world, takes a look at the trends in the booming industry of dog fashion.

At FashionSchoolReview.com, columnist Trey Collamer reviews the latest trends in canine couture in her column "Doggie Design: Fashion Faux Paw," (http://www.fashionschoolreview.com/news/2007/03/fashion-faux-paw.html). She aims to keep dog lovers and aspiring dog fashion designers current on what's hot and what's not. From schnauzers to sheep dogs to shih tzus, fashionistas from any breed can now fetch the latest 'must haves' from experts within in the industry itself, with the help of resources at FashionSchoolReview.com.

It's no secret that the pet fashion industry has seen a recent explosion, thanks to Hollywood's trendy elite like Paris Hilton, Jessica Simpson, and Britney Spears carrying canines as accessories. Recently, last season's canines have become this season's most-accessorized creature. No longer is the fashion dog collar the hottest thing in the dog design business. With everything from dog clothes, from a simple t-shirt to head-to-toe leather gear, to the latest dog designer accessory like the jaunty feathered hat, any fashion design career would be off to a good start in this burgeoning industry.

Canines aren't the only ones that dog fashion designers have in mind. Coordinating outfits between pets and owners is becoming one of the hottest trends that designers are chasing this season. As Trey Collamer writes, "Today's adorned celebrity hounds have fueled the new surge in doggie fashion design" (http://www.fashionschoolreview.com/news/2007/03/fashion-faux-paw.html). Thanks to the surge in this trend, dogs can now not only travel in a designer handbag but also opt to carry one of their own.

Last year, the American Pet Products Manufacturers' Association estimated that the pet industry raked in around $9.3 billion, with the largest financial gains stemming from luxury items like clothing. As FashionSchoolReview.com's "Fashion Faux Paw" points out, numbers like this have dog fashion designers sitting up and paying attention.

FashionSchoolReview.com is an interactive and informative fashion school Web site that helps users interested in fashion school find the right fit. Users can search for fashion schools around the world, get the latest fashion trends and access articles about the industry. FashionSchoolReview.com is the ideal source for anyone interested in fashion school.     

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