PUBLISHED : Sunday, 15 January, 2012, 12:00am
UPDATED : Sunday, 15 January, 2012, 12:00am


Just for kicks

The Bruce Lee kung fu romper and hat outfit at eco-friendly clothing company Organic Baby is embroidered with dragon calligraphy. The outfit is made from certified organic cotton, using dyes that have minimum impact on the environment. HK$328 (romper suit) and HK$168 (hat) at Organic Baby, shop UG07, Olympian City 3, West Kowloon, tel: 2882 6645

Beast of burden

The Trunki brand of child-friendly travel products includes a new dragon design. It has a signature saddle, holding horn grips on the front to steer, while parents keep the kids in tow. Other Trunki features include internal pouches and a passport that can be filled with downloads from the company's website. The case is made from durable plastic designed to survive rough handling. HK$490 at www.bloomandgrowdirect.com

Espresso yourself

Shanghai Tang and Nespresso have teamed up to give sleep-weary parents a caffeine hit. The limited edition dragon collection includes a Nespresso Citiz coffee machine featuring a dragon motif with the Chinese character for longevity etched into the design. The coffee machine has manual and programmable functions as well as an aeroccino for those who prefer froth on top of their espresso. HK$3,888 at shop 1021, Podium 1, IFC Mall, Central, tel: 2295 3395

Push the envelopes

Designer stationery outlet Prints includes a range of Lunar New Year-inspired cards and lai see packets. Dragon motifs and traditional emblems such as plum blossoms that represent the festival make their way onto the stationery. HK$33 (card) and HK$7 (lai see) at Prints, shop 3315 Harbour City, Tsim Sha Tsui, tel: 2175 5018