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Remember when Harry Styles starred in that Gucci campaign? While he looked mighty slick, no one can deny that the animals stole the show. The brand’s creative director Alessandro Michele must’ve realized he was onto something because Gucci’s latest campaign features none other than a cast of cute and cuddly pigs. The capsule collection is dedicated to the Chinese calendar’s Year of the Pig (coming up on February 5th), and we’re sure glad that photographer Frank Lebon took that inspiration so literally. These pigs are the toast of Manhattan. Can we adopt one?

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Looking oh so casual while the model takes a quick call on her flip phone.

 

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Gobbling up their lunch and appearing so cute and tiny that their bowls seem comically large.

 

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Just chilling with tiny winged brooch versions of themselves.

 

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And if you think it was only small piglets that got in on the action, you’d be wrong. There’s love for this big boy too.

 

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And this one, who prefers fancy apartments to mud holes.

 

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Oh yeah… the clothes. The 35 piece capsule collection — consisting of apparel and accessories like tees, shirts, brooches and wallets — are all available online at Gucci. We have to admit, that flying pig brooch is calling our name, but at $970 we might have to pass this time around. As for adopting a pet pig, we’re still thinking about it.

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