Melbourne-based dog accessories company gummi has partnered with The CommonsCollective on a range of dog accessories that capture the romantic andeclectic feel of the historic venue.
The gummi x The Commons dog accessories range, a collaboration between gummiand The Big Group, was officially launched at The Commons Collective lastweek.
The gorgeous new collection incorporates elements of The Commons Collectivebrand into premium ceramic dog bowls, frisbees, tennis balls, collars andleads designed and produced by gummi.
Natalie Asseraf, Founder, gummi, has always admired leafy gardens and historicbluestone buildings of The Commons, and jumped at the opportunity tocollaborate.
“We knew that we could create a range of dog accessories that capture theromantic and eclectic feel of The Commons, and we are so proud of thecollection that we have brought to market,” she said.
“This event typifies what gummi is all about, celebrating the special bondthat exists between dogs and their owners; they are family members in thetruest sense of the word.”
The Mother’s Day brunch saw dogs of every shape and size treated to pupcakes,doughnuts and pawnilla slices in the architecturally designed Conservatory ofThe Commons.
In addition to gummi’s own flagship store in Prahran and online, the gummi xThe Commons range has launched exclusively through David Jones nationally.
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