January 15, 2020

Lunar New Year Lookbook

Our favourite limited-edition duds and stylish accessories to ring in the Year of the Rat! —Noa Nichol

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h&m. This year, H&M's Chinese New Year campaign doesn’t just celebrate the start of the year, but also the love between Chinese actors Zhao Liying and Feng Shaofeng.

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aldo. In collaboration with Disney, this Lunar New Year collection puts a Mickey and Minnie spin on the 2020 Chinese zodiac. Think charmed jewels, graphic Mickey Mouse cup sole sneakers and Minnie Mouse-shaped handbags and accessories—all done in lucky shades of red and gold are the perfect elements for a fortuitous Lunar New Year.

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burberry. The designer brand's Chinese New Year 2020 collection is a vibrant celebration in red, heralding joy, health and happiness for the Year of the Rat.

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coach. Celebrate with this compact LNY style ($290) inspired by vintage camera bags. In lucky red, it's got room for cards, cash, keys and a phone.

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gucci. Disney's iconic Mickey Mouse defines a lineup of ready-to-wear clothing and accessories, featuring four online exclusives that are definitely in fashion to celebrate the Year of the Rat!

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fendi. Celebrate the Chinese New Year and the start of the Year of the Rat with this exclusive capsule collection, characterized by a glam rose-gold tone (symbolizing good fortune and blessings) and a special rat motif in red and gold. Included in the range: the Maison’s iconic Peekaboo and Baguette bagjewelry boxes, along with rose gold wallets, card holders and a selection of fashion jewels.


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