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Keep the festivities going as we hop into the Chinese New Year with new clothes to ring in the new year. As we welcome the Year of the Rabbit, many of the fashion houses at Harbour City turn to the bunny for inspirations – from subtle hints and bright colors, to the most adorable hare motifs and patterns that you’ll want to wear long after the New Year’s.

For him

If you thought the bunny is almost too cute to be worn by a guy, think again. DIOR MEN LUNAR CAPSULE deploys the rabbit on shirts and oversized knit sweaters in a predominately red palette for a dynamic look.


Go collegiate with Brooks Brothers’ graphic sweatshirts or Oxford button-down shirts, the playful rabbit crest motifs give a subtle nod to the new year.

Brooks Brother

For the young at heart, the Looney Tunes x BOSS collaboration is a nostalgic assemble to own. Bugs Bunny and friends are featured in the most uplifting manner to bring good luck and spread joy.

Looney Tunes x BOSS

For her

The ladies are invited to branch out from the ever-auspicious reds to the more subtle colorways of pastels for a more feminine look. Moncler’s Lunar New Year capsule collection features Roger Rabbit motifs for a youthful look. Pair the reversible Dareb Down Bomber Jacket with the Embroidered Baseball Cap for a sporty look.


Another collection to capture the bunny’s fun-loving spirit is presented by Tommy Hilfiger, updating the classic preppy style with Miffy’s curious and adventurous spirit. The brand’s signature embroidered sweatshirts, reversible varsity jackets and denims are reworked with the Dutch character to bring a smile to their wearers.

Tommy Hilfiger

Accessorize your New Year’s outfit with the Lucky Rabbit Capsule Collection by Tory Burch. Many of the iconic styles like the bucket bags or square totes are reimagined with the pixelated bunny for a joyful twist.

Tory Burch

Looking for festive, chic yet playful clothes to fancy up your Chinese New Year? FENDI launches an exclusive Chines New Year Capsule Collection, which draws inspiration from the reinterpretation of the FENDI Roma logo created by Marc Jacobs on the occasion of the Baguette bag 25th Anniversary Collection and celebration. FENDI recolours that for the Chinese New Year in white and red, dominant colour of the capsule and symbol of good fortune and joy. 


Marimekko welcomed the Lunar New Year by unveiling its exclusive capsule collection, bringing back the charming Rulla (roll) pattern created in 1981 by Katsuji Wakisaka with a new touch of trending Chinese New Year elements. The collection is in a vibrant shade of red and pink together with the velvety Rulla pattern bunny made with flock printing.


If you’re looking for classic red accessories, Alexander McQueen would be your place. The brand celebrates Chinese New Year with a special collection of bags and small leather goods focussing on the colour red – famously a symbol of good fortune. Iconic pieces include exclusive iterations of The Curve and the Bow bags in various sizes. Twinned rabbits, drawn from artwork especially created in the McQueen London studio, feature throughout – this of course being their year.

Alexander McQueen

For a more budget-friendly handbag option, let’s start with FURLA Chinese New Year Capsule. The brand creates a cute rabbit with distinctive elements of the Chinese New Year.  This capsule collection features FURLA 1927 and Furla Varsity Style in different sizes and styles such as mini tote bag, mini crossbody bag, mini top handle bag, micro crossbody bag, and other accessories. FURLA Varsity Style is a mini vertical shopping bag that is perfect for storing your smartphone, wallet and small objects.


In addition to the bright color outfits, you will also need a perfect accessory to add a unique touch to your look.

The French creative modern jeweller FRED celebrates the coming Lunar New Year with a special selection that captures the spirit of the season. From the stylish Force 10 pieces to the auspicious Chance Infinie offerings and the love-imbused Pretty Woman collection, FRED infuses red and gold colors in these collections to symbolize luck and fortune.

De Beers Jewellers is welcoming the Year of the Rabbit with joyful new additions to its signature Enchanted Lotus collection. A pendant necklace and a bracelet are crafted in 18K rose gold with red enamel – the first time De Beers Jewellers has incorporated coloured enamel into its designs. Adorned with red enamel and natural diamonds, the vibrant new pieces celebrate the traditional lucky colour of Chinese New Year.

De Beers Jewellers

Fully aware that nobody can resist a cute bunny, ANTEPRIMA/WIREBAG launches the ANIMALE RABBIT WIREBAGs this holiday. Handknitted with signature rabbit long ears and fluffy round tail, you can find the footprint of a cute rabbit on the iconic STANDARD crossbody WIREBAG and PECCHIA tote!


With only 2 weeks until Chinese New Year, it’s time to make a trip to Harbour City for a wardrobe update, to welcome the new year with new hopes and positivity.

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