• Photography- David Hou
  • Photography Assistant- Peter Hart & Toshio Chen
  • Creative Direction- Thien LE
  • Hair- Duyen Huynh
  • Makeup- Gelareh Kamazani
  • Talents- Plutino Models
  • Dogs- Button, Chocola and Zipper
  • Dog handler- Tomoko Kitai
  • Filming crew- Chris Tran, Therese Le, Nam Kien Tran
  • Clothes- Muji- www.muji.ca
  •  Uniqlo- www.uniqlo.ca
  • Shoe –Town Shoes- ts.townshoes.ca
  • Buddle Belt Harness, Leash and Grooming – Timmy Doggie Outfitters- Timmie.ca


Muji, a Japanese-based brand which opened its first flagship store in Toronto in 2014, started with 40 products during the 1980s. Products range from stationery, and clothing for men and women, to food items, major kitchen appliances and even an automobile. Primary business includes Café Muji, Meal Muji, Muji Campsite, florist and home furnishings with locations all over Asia. The company also has architectural projects such as the Muji houses.

By 2010, Muji had more than 7,000 products for sale. It keeps retail prices of products “lower than usual” by selecting value-priced materials, streamlining its manufacturing processes, and minimizing packaging. muji.ca

Timmie Doggie Outfitters

Canine care has gone one step further on Toronto’s trendy Queen Street West and Leslieville with Timmie Doggie Outfitters. “It’s a natural extension of our shop. We want to bring the store and spa together to create a complete pooch-pampering experience,” says co-owner Paul Ryu, whose own style-hounds – Timmie and Tess –eagerly anticipate the luxury treatment.

State-of-the-art grooming equipment and premium products guarantees exceptional care for dogs in a safe and friendly environment.  Treatments include hydrosurge massage grooming, mani and pawdicure, ear cleaning, fluff blowdry, brush-out and deshedding, hair cut and styling. timmie.ca

Town Shoes

Town Shoes is a family owned Canadian chain that was launched in 1952. There are 30 locations across the country including Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Ottawa, London, Toronto, Kitchener, Barrie, Regina and Halifax. The Shoe Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of Town Shoes, operates across Canada as well, with more than 65 stores. In 2012, Town Shoes bought and now operates Sterling Shoes, Shoe Warehouse, and Freedman Shoes (formally run by Sterling Shoes.). ts.townshoes.ca

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