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Cute pups hit the dogwalk at Collars and Coats Ball

Love dogs? Love fashion? This gallery is about to brighten up your afternoon. Yesterday, fashion's finest dressed some of the most stylish pups in dogdom (our former Fashion Week mascot, Lenny excluded) in aid of the Battersea Dogs & Cats Home Collars & Coats Gala Ball 2012.

Designers from Henry Holland and Vivienne Westwood to Matthew Williamson and Giles Deacon created canine couture for the event, and each hound hit the red carpet for a few snaps, before strutting the 'dogwalk' in front of celebrities such as David Gandy, Olympic heroine Rebecca Adlington and half the cats of Made in Chelsea.

The dog coats, collars and leads were all auctioned off in aid of charity on the night, but if you've got a pooch that wouldn't look out of place in Mulberry fur jacket, you'll enjoy browsing this collection of cute doggy style in the gallery below.

Click here to bid on the coats. All money raised goes to Battersea Dogs & Cats Home

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