Get ready for the Year of the Rabbit with these accessories

In Chinese culture, the rabbit is a symbol of peace and prosperity, and people born in the year of the Rabbit are believed to be vigilant, witty, and ingenious. As endearing rabbit carries a brand-new chapter, brands also launch New Year’s limited collections. #legend prepared some of them for you to kick off the new year with good wishes


Photo: Dior

Under the night sky with dense clusters of sparkling stars, a rabbit leaps over the undulating mountains, implying that it overcomes difficulties and embraces a new life actively. Dior condenses this beautiful vision into the Dior Grand Soir watch series made of stainless steel, gold, aventurine, pearl and diamonds to send good wishes to you.

Louis Vuitton

Photo: Louis Vuitton

A golden bunny holds on to a silver Dauphine bag. It sits next to the coordinating LV initials charm and forms a bracelet with the exquisite LV circle charm. This will add a unique feature to your New Year’s outfit.

Also see: Watchmakers celebrate with Year of Rabbit timepieces


Photo: Bulgari

The Bulgari Serpenti Viper necklace, crafted in 18k rose gold, enchants with its classic sinuous serpentine design,
yet bold and innovative, a symbol of Bulgari’s charm and endless is transformed into an ultra-modern interpretation. This pendant with the gleaming beauty of the scales is inlaid with four exquisite rubies, which conforms to the preference for the red colour in the Chinese New Year, and means peace and prosperity for the whole year in Chinese.


Photo: Burberry

Burberry’s oversized shirt and pleated skirt cut from Italian-woven silk crepe-de-chine are specially designed for the Chinese Year of the Rabbit. The pattern of the pink and white bunny bouncing on the black background is full of childishness. This outfit can make you look more refined.


Photo: Loewe

Loewe’s The Chinese Monochrome collection not only hangs a pendant with the image of a bunny on each bag but also applies Chinese culture to its design. The designer interprets the idea of the ultimate beauty belonging to the realm of nature and pays tribute to the minimalist ceramic aesthetics between the Ming and Qing dynasties in China.

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