These pieces are on fire
As we usher in the Year of the Dragon on Feb. 10 and eagerly anticipate the second season premiere of “House of The Dragon,” let us be your guide in adorning your space with dragon-inspired collections that promise to keep you not just in style but thoroughly inspired throughout 2024.
Bid farewell to the Year of the Rabbit and the trends which came with it as we showcase a carefully curated selection of dragon-inspired collections. From high-end fashion houses to everyday practical pieces, our picks are designed to infuse your surroundings with good vibes during the Year of the Wood Dragon. Whether you’re into apparel, accessories, or on-the-go essentials, here are our top choices for lunar year-inspired pieces that will undoubtedly leave a lasting impression.
Fendi has collaborated with Pokémon and Fragmnt’s Hiroshi Fujiwara for a capsule featuring dragon-type Pokémon stars. From the iconic Peekaboo to Baguette bags and small leather goods, catch Dratini and Dragonite in these luxe and adorable pieces together with the FF emblem.
For Boss, the brand has partnered with calligrapher Feng Tang for a dragon-inspired capsule, drawing inspiration from traditional Chinese calligraphy. The fusion of the pattern featuring twin dragons traversing jade discs and the Boss logo creates a magnificent spectacle, complemented by Feng Tang’s handwritten excerpts from the poem “Luoshen Fu” or “The Ode to the Goddess of the Luo River” in English. The collection includes jackets, sweatshirts, t-shirts, and knitwear in black, red, and white colorways.
To celebrate Lunar New Year, Loewe commissioned master jade carvers Xiaojin Yin, Qijing Qiu, and Lei Cheng to create limited-edition pendants, individually hand-carved and mounted on an 18-carat gold chain. Jade has been used for thousands of years in China to symbolize goodness, intelligence, prosperity, and luck.
Another dragon-worthy accessory for this season is a watch, and Swatch has you covered. With five colorways to choose from — Gold, Cloud, Wind, Motion, and Waves — the brand’s Year of The Dragon collection makes self-expression fashionable and practical.
For coffee lovers who want to consume their caffeine as hot as dragon fire, Starbucks offers tumblers, mugs, and pouches inspired by dragons. One collection is called “The Guardian Dragon and Its Keeper,” featuring container capacities of 12oz, 14oz, 16oz, and 24oz. Another is named the “2024 Zodiac Collection” with five items, including a selection of mugs, a paperweight, and a coin bank.