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Lane Crawford, Asia’s iconic luxury department store, celebrates the Lunar New Year with fresh twists on familiar traditions. An enticing range of uniquely curated lifestyle and fashion edits, as well as gift options in store and online will inspire and delight, blessing family and friends with tokens of love and well wishes in the Year of the Rooster.
Long-time member of Lane Crawford’s creative family, internationally renowned graphic designer and artist Alan Chan has created an exclusive art piece. Inspired by the age-old question ‘What came first - the chicken or the egg?’, Chan paid homage to the cosmopolitan city – Hong Kong, the home of Lane Crawford and himself, and expressed it in his signature East meets West style in a harmonious manner.
CELEBRATE CHINESE DESIGN AND CRAFTSMANSHIP WITH SHANG XIA
Shanghai-based label SHANG XIA - literally translating to ‘up and down’ – celebrates the heritage and spirit of Chinese design and craftsmanship for future generations by fusing tradition with modern sensibilities. Led by acclaimed Artistic Director Jiang Qiong Er, she re-imagines Chinese techniques and customs with a graceful elegance through a range of furniture, teaware and lifestyle objects. Inspired by the finest of Chinese traditions, it is no surprise that tea has become a major inspiration for the designer, and the label has become an advocate of preserving tea culture today. This Lunar New Year, Lane Crawford is presenting a unique edit of SHANG XIA’s tea sets, teaware and furniture collections exclusively in Hong Kong for the first time, offering a fresh twist to familiar traditions for customers to celebrate this festival for family with their loved ones.
On January 19, Jiang Qiong Er will come to Hong Kong with the brand’s tea ceremony master and bamboo weaving expert, to celebrate the launch of SHANG XIA in Lane Crawford Pacific Place home store. To echo the Year of Rooster, Jiang has designed an exclusive silk scarf with rooster print specially for Lane Crawford, which will be showcased alongside other “celebration” printed silk scarves.
Among the furniture collection, the Da Tian Di rocking chair is one of the highlights - its shape has echoes of Ming Dynasty furniture yet the piece is wrought in lightweight, high-tech, light carbon fiber material. There are inlaid cabinets, velum screens, eggshell lacquer wares, cashmere sweaters and card game sets all of which suggest an easy, convivial style of life.
Lane Crawford offers a covetable selection of modern looks for the new year. Refresh your wardrobe with festive colours such as this off shoulder wool top from JH. Zane, off shoulder dress from Temperley London and Lane Blouse from Chloé. Complete the look with the glitter leather crossbody wallet and “Light Up Stace Face” box phone clutch from the latest capsule collection of Alice + Olivia.
Lane Crawford has also curated a selection of exclusive capsule collections from our favourite designers for the Lunar New Year, featuring the twelve animal signs from the Chinese Zodiac. Whether you are a Rabbit, Dragon or a Snake, choose from Jay Ahr and SAAM1’s intricately embroidered silk bomber jackets to OAMC’s graphic tee to take on the Year of the Rooster. It will be the best time to wear your zodiac on your sleeve.
Lane Crawford’s New Year offerings also extend to mini style mavens with a chic edit of clothes and accessories, including Helen Lee’s “Flying Bunny” collection and Alice + Olivia’s kid’s collection for your little ones.