Listen up gents! From traditional oriental to hip streetwear clothing, there is an array of brands to complete your swanky Chinese New Year look. For those of you who have not decided what to wear yet for the upcoming Year of the Dog, we have rounded up six designer brands for you to look at. Check them out below!
Add a ‘Fendi attitude’ to your wardrobe this Chinese New Year with an exclusive runway design printed shirt. Their Spring/Summer 2018 collection brings out a more playful and youthful side of Fendi. Cheeky prints and designs seem to be the highlight of the collection.
For Gucci’s 2018 Cruise collection, their ready-to-wear looks are more preppy with jersey and varsity inspired blazers, cashmere jackets and knitwear. Rock your Chinese New Year looks with its King Snake print cotton t-shirt that you can paired with checkered cotton sweatshirt for a casual yet sleek look.
3. Shanghai Tang
Known for creating exquisite qipaos, Shanghai Tang prides itself to be the global curator of modern Chinese chic. The brand is known for its quirky take on China’s cultural heritage. The shirt collection features iconic Mandarin collar with Chinese knot buttons and rich French cuffs that accentuates the opulence of Shanghai.
4. Paul Smith
Known for their eccentric style, Paul Smith is a British clothing brand that embodies ‘classics with a twist’. For their Spring/Summer 2018 collection, they offer an exclusive range of Chinese New Year looks from head to toe with dog prints. If you are looking for a preppy look with a touch of quirkiness, this one is for you!
Founded in 2011 by Parisian designer, Alexandre Mattiussi, AMI offers a stylish and comprehensive wardrobe that blurs the boundaries between both casual and chic. AMI, which means ‘friend’ in French, captures the particular type of Parisian nonchalance that is young, cool and carefree. This Summer Fit shirt with red "Ami de Coeur" embroidery gives off the relaxed, friendly and chic vibe ideal for a relaxing gathering with the family.
6. Maison Kitsuné
Maison Kitsuné was founded in Paris 2000 by Gildas Loaëc, a former manager of the French electronic music duo Daft Punk, and architect Masaya Kuroki. With Kuroki’s obsession with quality together with Loaëc’s knack for creativity, the Maison combines their contemporary vision of fashion influenced by urban cities like Paris and Tokyo. Kitsuné collections are timeless with a consistent balance between tradition and modernity as well as comfort and simplicity, ideal for a night out with friends this CNY!