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New Looks for Lunar New Year

Lunar New Year is a time for celebration with family and friends. Here’s how to look your best as you welcome the Year of the Dog.

Lunar New Year, the most important holiday in many Asian countries, is an occasion celebrated with fireworks, feasts and family reunions. Traditionally, people clean house (to sweep out bad luck), settle debts, buy gifts and wear new clothes. On that last point, may we offer a few suggestions?

 

Whether you’re shopping for yourself or treating someone else, our curated looks are sure to please. These on-trend pieces cover the spectrum from dressy casual to cool, with eye-catching and auspicious hits of red – Lunar New Year’s lucky colour.

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If your new year’s celebrations include a dressier event, look sharp in a suit that flatters your shape. This modern-fit, charcoal-mélange suit from Ermenegildo Zegna is crafted in a silk-wool blend with a luxurious sheen.

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Add a touch of elegance with accessories by Salvatore Ferragamo. The portfolio bag is made from top-quality calfskin. The pebbled-leather wallet features the brand’s Gancini plaque, which also appears as a buckle on the reversible belt (black on one side, brown on the other). The luxury shoehorn has an embossed brass design and a calfskin tab.

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Brunello Cucinelli approaches spring with a focus on lightweight layering. For a luxurious yet casual look, layer this silk bomber jacket over a cotton or cashmere knit, or wear it under a padded vest on cool spring days.

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Aventus, the best-selling fragrance from British perfume house Creed, was inspired by the life and times of Napoleon Bonaparte. Available in 50-mL his-and-hers bottles.

 

Look and smell your best with skincare and grooming products by TOM FORD. Choose from Skin Revitalizing Concentrate, Shave Oil, Shave Cream, Hydrating Lip Balm or Oil-Free Daily Moisturizer – or indulge in the whole collection.

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This stylish Giorgio Armani jacket is unstructured and unlined so you can move freely and still look polished. Crafted in Italy from premium cashmere, it’s incredibly soft against the skin. Wear it over a T-shirt – this one bears a red dog in honour of Lunar New Year.

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Giorgio Armani’s necktie pays tribute to Lunar New Year with its lustrous red silk and elegant white dogs. The brand’s leather wallet and belt add a refined touch to your look.

 

Montblanc’s handmade leather notebook, specially embossed for the Year of the Dog, is handmade in Italy. It’s the perfect companion for Montblanc’s StarWalker Extreme ballpoint pen, which comes in a gift set with a beautiful leather cardholder.

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Rainwear is never as luxurious as when it is designed by Loro Piana. This three-quarter-length jacket, made with lightweight storm-system cashmere, is both fashionable and functional. The navy cashmere hoodie and track pants – exemplars of the athleisure trend – feature the brand’s signature brown piping, on the hoodie’s drawstrings and the pants’ tuxedo stripe.

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Brunello Cucinelli’s refined polo shirt is made in Italy from soft cotton piqué. It’s available in red, navy, white, sky blue and charcoal.

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Dsquared2 celebrates the Year of the Dog with this stand-out sweatshirt, made in Italy from soft cotton fleece and punctuated with a bold canine graphic. Pair it with distressed jeans.

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Complete your look with fresh footwear. Salvatore Ferragamo loafers in suede or leather have clean lines and an attractive elongated shape. For a casual urban look, put on Giuseppe Zanotti’s low-top sneakers in eye-catching camo or spiked rubber.

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Versace Jean’s vibrant nylon bomber reimagines a classic silhouette with a bright and modern geometric print. Team it with a simple T-shirt and black joggers by Versace Jeans for a smart look.

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Versace Jeans is known for its bold and colourful graphic tees, and these are no exception. Wear these cotton shirts under a bomber jacket or with dark denim jeans.

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We love Ermenegildo Zegna’s luxurious take on the timeless bomber jacket. Crafted from tan-coloured nubuck calfskin, it has an incredibly supple hand.

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Etro’s colourful pocket square and socks are the perfect finishing touches for your Lunar New Year outfit. All are exclusive to Harry Rosen.

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This casual outfit is perfect for relaxed get-togethers with family and friends – or just chilling at home. BOSS’s bright red cotton T-shirt features a Year of the Dog graphic and a vibrant gold logo, and on the inside you’ll find the words “Fortune Will Smile On You.”

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Tateossian London celebrates the Year of the Dog with whimsical rhodium-plated cufflinks. The dogs have a jet-black Swarovski crystal eye and a mechanical tail that “wags” and moves up and down.

 

We’re head over heels for Paul Smith’s charming dog-patterned socks. Made in Italy from mercerized cotton, they come in a handy three-pack, ideal for gifting.

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Dolce & Gabbana’s festive, playful T-shirts feature canines adorned with crowns. The designers’ iconic logo tag appears repeatedly around the graphics for a standout look.

 

Buying new clothes for yourself or a gift for someone special?

 

 

 

 

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