8 Fashion Brands Every Cat Lover Needs in their Wardrobe

In our opinion, cat owners are (obviously) some of the most stylish people around. And thanks to a whole host of fashion brands, our love for cats and clothing effortlessly go hand-in-hand. If you fancy dressing head-to-toe in the latest cat inspired clothing, we’ve rounded up 8 fashion brands you need in your life. These labels love cats (nearly) as much as we do. 

Miss Patina

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Miss Patina’s collection of vintage inspired clothing is perfect for the gal with a penchant for a bygone era. The brand loves cats so much that a cute array of cats regularly feature in their brand images. The label has a huge celebrity following (including Taylor Swift) and is perhaps most well known for its iconic cat collars, which are super sweet. 

Charlotte Olympia

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Perhaps one of the originals to fuse fashion and felines, Charlotte Olympia shot to fame thanks to her cute collection of cat-inspired footwear, which are loved by fans around the world. The designer actually had a childhood cat, after which her ‘Tessa’ wedge shoes are named. In particular, we’re big fans of her flats. She has taken menswear inspired shoes and given them femininity, thanks to her signature embroidered cat faces. 


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Cats have hit the runway courtesy of Gucci. The high-end brand brought cats into the spotlight by creating collections which heavily feature, and we couldn’t be happier about it. Cats were granted their godly status, halo-ed on a multitude of multi-coloured sweaters. Cartoon-esque, these cats couldn’t get much cuter.  

Paul & Joe Sister

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Femininity and felines are at the heart of Paul & Joe Sister. Distinctly chic and fabulously French, the addition of bold cat prints gives this collection tons of charm. Fun is the ethos of this label so we aren’t surprised to see that cats feature predominately in each collection, and have even made their way into the designer’s beauty range.  

Tatty Devine

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Tatty Devine offers a wealth of fabulous inspired cat jewellery and in particular, we are overjoyed by its Battersea collection. Designed in partnership with Battersea Dogs & Cats Home, the range features cool cats which will lovingly adorn your neck. £3 from each piece of jewellery sold goes straight to the charity so as well as professing your love for cat-inspired fashion, you will be donating to a very worthy cause.  

Miu Miu

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Offering a rebellious take on dressing up, Miu Miu is all about fun, so it isn’t surprising that cats take centre-stage in each new season collection. With the aim always being to surprise the wearer, cat prints are often combined with holographic pailettes and crystals for style that is always unexpected. 

Irregular Choice

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Irregular Choice are leaders when it comes to quirky accessories, proving that shoes and bags can be far from boring. Cats frequently make an appearance in the shoe brand’s design, and have even been immortalised in a heel. The collection lends itself perfectly to those who love stand-out-from-the-crowd.  

Stella McCartney

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With a collection of fur-free-fur, Stella McCartney introduced cats into her advertising campaign to rapturous praise. The designer also regularly endorses Battersea Dogs & Cats Home, meaning this is a label we can definitely get on board with.  

Which cat-loving brands will you be wearing this season? Tell us in the comments below. 

Aideen is a fashion, beauty and lifestyle writer, from Northern Ireland. She grew up with a sassy tabby cat, named Lucky, who proved unlucky by nature, creating mischief wherever her paws took her. She currently has a British Shorthair cat called Indy, who has a penchant for the finer things in life. She loves combining her passion for writing, fashion and cats, spending her days blogging with Indy by her side.

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