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Chinese New Year Gifting 2018: Year of the Dog

Fabergé, Tod’s and Gucci unleash the hounds for Chinese New Year 2018

The Chinese New Year Collection by Gucci

Gucci’s new canine collection for Chinese New Year is inspired by creative director Alessandro Michele’s two Boston Terriers, Bosco and Orso. An illustration of man's best friend by artist Helen Downie exuberantly appears on cardigans, denim jackets, backpacks, tote bags and small leather goods, framed a colourful suede patch. 

gucci.com

Palais Tsarskoye Selo Dog Locket by Fabergé 

Fabergé honours Chinese New Year with a limited-edition egg locket pendant. The signature egg is delicately handcrafted in red guilloché enamel and glittering round white diamonds, set in 18 karat yellow gold. It opens to reveal an intricate, lustrous golden dog. 

£7,454, faberge.com

Limited-Edition Sneakers by Tod’s

Slip into these new limited-edition leather sneakers from Tod’s, boldly embossed with a playful paw print. The comfortable style is available in a red finish for women and black for men, detailed with a signature Double T buckle.

Tod’s Double T Limited Edition, £430, tods.com

Limited Edition Year of the Dog Macaron Charms by Moynat

These playful companions are handcrafted using Moynat's signature leather marquetry. Each keychain is made from grained leather and handpainted with either a whimsical paw print or dog-face motif, available to buy at the Moynat boutique on Mount Street.

£290, moynat.com 

Radley Capsule Collection

The Year of the Dog was made for Radley, the British accessories label hallmarked by a sweet Scottie dog logo. For Chinese New Year, Radley’s iconic mascot appears alongside lustrous Chinese lanterns on popping red purses, passport holders and bags, crafted from smooth leather. 

£12-£239, radley.com

Limited Edition Pen by Maison Caran d’Ache

Each year, Caran d’Ache adds to its Chinese Calendar collection with a supreme new writing instrument that pays homage to traditional Chinese craftsmanship. This elegant work of art is crafted in authentic Chinese lacquer and engraved with a figurative dog, finished with a lustrous, gold-plated nib. 

The fountain pen is priced at £2,600 and £2,400 for the roller pen, carandache.com