New styles for a new year, and there’s not a dog in sight
Before the onslaught of dog-inspired products hits the stores for Lunar New Year, we round up five collections that are definitely worth a look, from tailored denim outfits to a leather backpack to an adorable children’s velvet dress
Denim was all over the catwalks at the spring/summer 2018 shows and the outfits on display looked nothing like the often-mocked Canadian tuxedo.
Giorgio Armani Luxury Denim Collection includes tailored jackets in Japanese denim for him and skinny jeans and dresses in blue denim for her. Available at Armani boutiques
Jil Sander’s recently appointed creative directors, Lucie and Luke Meier, worked with fashion photographer Mario Sorrenti for a digital campaign that captured their spring/summer 2018 collection.
The photographs, shot in Mallorca, Spain, now adorn 10 limited-edition unisex T-shirts available at Joyce Central and Lane Crawford IFC.
Totem Collective, an accessories label based between Hong Kong and Copenhagen, has launched its new Backpack 01, a reinterpretation of a vintage trunk. The piece features the label’s signature four buttons, where you can attach different badges in materials such as brass or feathers to change the look of the bag. Available at totem-collective.com
The always playful Italian leather-goods house Fendi has introduced its Fun Fair range, which features quirky items such as leather and fur charms shaped like ice-cream – or shall we say gelato – cones, and handbags adorned with colourful studs and whimsical versions of the Fendi logo. Available at Fendi boutiques
If you’re looking for a red outfit for your little girl before Lunar New Year, look no further than children's wear label Bonpoint.
The French brand’s Flavie dress, which comes in deep red velvet trimmed with embroidered lace at the collar and the cuffs, makes for the cutest and most fashionable party dress for the little ones. Available at Bonpoint boutiques