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New Year, New Looks

Why not start the Year of the Pig in style with a new signature piece that brings colour and character to your wardrobe?
It’s a great way to warm up winter and look ahead to spring.

Brunello Cucinelli

 

How do you turn a casual, sporty outfit into a much more sophisticated look? Bring it all together with a fabulous jacket like this lightweight bomber cut from sumptuous, butter-soft suede. Made in Italy with a classic fit, it features a baseball collar and elasticated trim at the cuffs and hem.

 

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Ermenegildo Zegna

 

The world’s leading luxury menswear brand presents its Siena sports jacket, unstructured and tailored to a sleek, contemporary fit. The fabric for this example is a gorgeous cashmere, silk and hemp blend in a rich caramel brown that harmonizes beautifully with a broad range of colours.

 

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DSQUARED2

 

Canadian designers Dean and Dan Caten honour the Year of the Pig with this great pullover hoodie. While the graffiti-inspired piggy design is undeniably cool, the hoodie will keep you warm, made with a cozy cotton fleece in a relaxed, comfortable fit.

 

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Emporio Armani

 

Specifically curated for Chinese New Year this splendid, black-sleeved, red nylon bomber is reversible. One side picks out Emporio Armani’s name in gold thread, the other shows a black pig embroidered in a baroque style – guaranteed to make a statement whichever wear you choose to wear it. *Emporio Armani jacket and pants available online soon.

 

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Moncler

 

In case you missed the outsized logo and signature bleu-blanc-rouge piping on the zipper, Moncler announces its identity clearly on the sleeve of this lightweight nylon hooded bomber. Supremely versatile, it’s a perfect look for a relaxed weekend as winter transitions into spring.

 

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McQ

 

Playing with scale, McQ tops off this athleisure look with a seriously oversized cotton cardigan. Its shape inspired by Japanese kimonos. Embroidered logo patches reference vintage gas stop, racer and motorcycle themes. It’s so cutting edge, you could call it avant-gardigan.

 

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Etro

 

This sports jacket has such an Italian look – unlined, with natural shoulders and a trim silhouette. The fabric is an exceptionally soft cotton blend with threads of navy and cream woven into the burgundy background. It looks equally great with jeans or these navy herringbone cotton-linen slacks.

 

 

 

 

 

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