Choupette's Vogue cover debut.
Valentino leading his pug/model army.
Coco Chanel and her great dane, who made appearances in some early ads.
Marc Jacobs and one of his bull terriers. His dogs were featured on top of his engagement cake and sleep in custom LV crates, of course.
Grace Coddington holding her cat-muse, Pumpkin, who she designed a Balenciaga bag for and is prominently featured in all her doodles.
A quick browse through Katie Grand's Instagram, and the Editor-in-Chief of Love magazine's obsession with her ever-growing herd of rabbits becomes quickly apparent.
Before Manolo Blahnik made a name for himself in women's shoes, he trained himself by making them for all of his pet dogs and monkeys.
Although Pucci honcho Peter Dundas does have a black lab named Hannibal, his real pet passion is insect taxidermy.
Whether playing on her own iPad or having her every meow meticulously jotted down in a diary by two maids, Choupette the cat has it made. Throw in the fact that her owner is none other than Karl Lagerfeld, and it’s easy to see why Choupette has become a four-legged, international heartthrob, making the rounds amongst society’s elite. Now, her coronation as fashion’s First Feline is complete, with her first cover in German Vogue’s July issue. But Choupette isn’t alone in the pantheon of fashionable pets. The above slideshow will prove the statement we just made.