Bella Lucca Collection

Company Description: The Bella Lucca Collection is an original designer collection of dog coats and accessories, created to appeal to the fashion savvy customer who appreciates style and quality when shopping for their pets.
As a woman’s fashion designer for 25 years, Laurie Herbst’s personal taste in clothing could only be found on the fashion runways in Europe and New York.
When it came time to dress her Havanese puppy, Lucca, she was unable to find the level of quality and style that she was looking for in any of the dog boutiques in the area. So, she pulled out her sewing machine, set up the cutting table, and the Bella Lucca Collection was born.
Since its debut in September of 2006, The Bella Lucca Collection has never strayed from Herbst’s initial vision of great American Style. Using the same fabrics and styling details found in the finest men’s and women’s designer boutiques, each item is designed to satisfy a particular fashion trend, a key designer look, or is simply a stylish version of a wardrobe staple, and is assigned a name intended to evoke a personality, place or fashion trend.
While designer styling is what makes The Bella Lucca Collection unique, the overall durability of each item is of equal importance. Every style in the collection is made to order, under the watchful eye of the designer, and built to last through repeated wear and laundering.
Established in August of 2006, The Bella Lucca Collection has plans to expand the product mix to include bedding, dinnerware, leather goods and accessories. Sized to fit tiny dogs and small to medium size dogs from 2-25 pounds, the collection offers XXS-XL in the harnesses and dog T-Shirts, and sizes 6-18 in the dog coats, dog dresses and dog raincoats. The Bella Lucca Collection retails between $30 and $150 and can be found only in the finest pet boutiques

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