The Striding Man celebrates Chinese New Year with man’s best friend, amidst lanterns, fireworks and dancing dragons, exquisitely designed by the award winning artist Page Tsou. Available at selected duty free outlets worldwide, the design on the limited edition bottle features four dogs, all chosen for their special meaning in Asia, and various symbols of wealth and prosperity.
Johnnie Walker Blue Label

 

The Chronofighter Vintage Nose Art Ltd meets Kelly, a hand-painted pin-up lady in a striking red cheongsam, and her faithful four-legged friend, signing off at nine o’clock, the third of the year’s lucky numbers.
Graham

 

Chinese fashion blogger Mr Bags, a.k.a Tao Liang, renowned for his encyclopaedic knowledge of luxury handbags reinterpreted the iconic Le Pliage bag in graphic black with a playful pair of paw prints.
Longchamp

 

The exclusive Canine collection phone cover is made with dog lovers in mind, graced with the design of an inquisitive puppy playing with a butterfly, the brand’s signature motif.
Bottega Veneta

 

The decadent chocolates are infused with Chinese teas that blend perfect with the aroma of cocoa – Thé Pu’Erh, Thé Noir Fume and Thé Vert Et Pistache, packed in vivid red and gold gift boxes adorned with orchid prints.
Godiva

 

The playful pooch on the gold-coloured dial of the festive New Gent model, comes with a silicon strap with gold and red wave pattern, and a double-sided loop with “Woof!” printed on it, in a special packaging.
Swatch

 

Often a symbol of fairness, honesty and reliability, the leitmotif for this limited edition shirt is a micro print of a stylised dog in rich shade of red.
Giorgio Armani

 

Donatella Versace’s Jack Russell, Audrey, is immortalised upon a backpack with a red intertwined leather charm that recalls the traditional Chinese knots.
Versace

 

The dog motif featured upon the limited edition Ace sneaker is inspired by a pillow the artist Helen Downie a.k.a Unskilled Worker gave to Alessandro Michele, with an illustration of his two Boston terriers, Bosco and Orso.
Gucci

 

These sunglasses with the brand’s characteristic check in parade red and light gold, paired with gold gradient orange lenses and light gold metal frame, give the Year of the Dog a fashionable welcome.
Burberry

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