Gucci has gone all in this season, partnering with Disney for a playful House of Mouse-themed Chinese New Year collection. Splashing Mickey Mouse on their iconic dad trainers, monogrammed patterns and even their fuzzy horsebit loafers, they've also created colourful illustrations printed onto their white quilted double G bags.
You can never go wrong with red on Chinese New Year, as the colour is symbolic of good fortune and prosperity. Burberry has opted to drop an entire red collection for both men and women, including dual toned bags and sharp red clothing. If you look closely, you'll also spot a tiny rat peeking out from between its brand new monogram.
If someone you love was born in the Year of the Rat, this watch from Vacheron Constantin may be the ideal forever piece. Featuring a rat detailed in rose gold or platinum, it's a beautiful piece of equipment which has no hour/minute hands - instead opting for four modern apertures which display the time and date.
Chopard yet again is creating another zodiac watch, designed using the traditional Japanese art of Urushi. Crafted in 18 carat rose gold, it depicts a rat sitting amongst vegetables. Fittingly, the brand is releasing just 88 of these limited edition watches; as 8 is a lucky number in Asian culture.
Louis Vuitton has kept things to a minimum this year. Rather than splashing out on a full collection, they've created a sweet black luggage charm - printed with their monogram and a stud detail reminiscent of their iconic luggage trunks.
We're calling it - Chloe's Chinese New Year collection is easily the cutest. The entire collection is a pastel daydream ideal for spring, featuring a gold mouse-shaped charm as well as watercolour illustrations of the zodiac animal. The piece de resistance is an artistic take on their trendy C bag, which also comes with a long strap in a contrasting colour.