These Updated Uggs Are About to Become the New Celeb It Shoes

Every time Ugg launches a new design, celebrities are quick to jump on board. Last year, the brand debuted its Ultra Mini boots, and Joan Smalls, Emily Ratajkowski, and Kaia Gerber all added them to their closets pronto. Last month, Ugg released its new platform mules, which caught the attention of Gigi Hadid and Elsa Hosk. In other words, it's safe to say the latest style will also garner a celeb following.

Ugg has already collaborated with Brooklyn-based brand Telfar on furry handbags, but now the line includes new logo-bedecked boots as well. The Ugg x Telfar Logo Mini Fur Boots ($250) are still in stock currently, but I don't anticipate that to be the case for long. Scroll down to shop for the new boots, and see how celebrities wear other Ugg styles. 

See How Celebs Style Uggs

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On Gigi Hadid: Ugg Tazz Mules ($120)

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On Shanina Shaik: Ugg Tazz Mules ($120)

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On Kendall Jenner: Ugg Ultra Mini Classic Boots ($140)

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On Joan Smalls: Ugg Ultra Mini Classic Boots ($140)

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On Irina Shayk: Ugg Ultra Mini Classic Boots ($140)

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On Selena Gomez: Ugg Classic II Genuine Shearling Lined Short Boots ($170)

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