WILD ABOUT ALASKA — Four&Sons
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WILD ABOUT ALASKA

Release your pup’s inner husky with Cloud7’s warmest dog coat yet.

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WILD ABOUT ALASKA

We’ve all been there. It’s a frosty morning, perfect for a walk. But your dog looks less than impressed, donning the quintessential hunch, shiver and puppy-eyed expression that melts your heart.

Our solution? The new Cloud7 Alaska coat keeps your buddy cosy on those wintery walks, whether it’s a stroll in the park or a hike up a mountain. With 100% sustainability credentials, made of recycled water-repellent polyester, and filled with eco-down from recycled PET bottles, these coats are thick and warm without being heavy or restrictive. There’s no fussy zips or clips to get tangled in, just a quick slip-in, slip-out, keeping both you and your hound happy, and each has a reflective ribbon and an adjustable stopper for extra comfort and safety.

No more excuses for either your peppy Chihuahua or your gentle Newfoundland to brave the great outdoors—Cloud7 caters for the smallest to the biggest breed. Delicious colours such as amber, camel, olive, black, and floral will keep every pup on trend, so gear up and get out there. It’s time to release your inner husky.


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PACK OF DOGS

Have you ever imagined Amy Winehouse or Nick Cave as a Chihuahua, Neil Young as a Vizsla, or PJ Harvey as an Afghan hound? That’s exactly what San Francisco-based artist Michael Gillette has done through his unique illustration project, blending beloved, iconic music legends, both past and present, with their dog counterparts. Pack of Dogs, our first foray into book publishing, is a celebration of pup and pop culture for music and dog lovers alike.

BACK HOME

Photographer Nicole England reflects on the making of the international edition of Resident Dog, a must-have book for dog-loving architecture buffs. 

LICK OF PAINT

Susumu Kamijo’s poodles are back in Lick Me Till Dawn, a solo exhibition being held concurrently at New York galleries Marvin Gardens and Jack Hanley.

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