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Dior Grand Soir gets Chinese New Year tiger treatment

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Dior has made a version of its Grand Soir watch dominated by a tiger’s face to celebrate the beginning of the Year of the...

G-SHOCK springs Tiger watch in time for Chinese New Year

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In celebration of Chinese New Year on February 1, G-SHOCK has released a limited edition MTG model depicting this years zodiac animal, the tiger. MTG...

UPDATED: 13 Chinese New Year watches to mark the Year of...

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Chinese New Year is just weeks away, on February 12, and will be celebrated as the Year of the Ox for the first time...

Nine of the best Chinese New Year watches to mark the...

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Chinese New Year is less than a month away on February 12, and will be celebrated as the Year of the Ox for the...

Dior celebrates Chinese New Year with two new watches

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The Dior Grand Bal Plume and the La Mini D de Dior Satine both come in red, a dedication to the Chinese New Year’s traditional colour

Gucci honours the Chinese Year of the Rat by putting Mickey...

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Do mice like to be thought of as rats? Let's hope so because Gucci is marking the Chinese Year of the Rat, which kicks off on January 25, with a special edition of its Grip watch with Mickey Mouse on the face.

Blancpain creates Traditional Chinese Calendar watch to celebrate upcoming Year of...

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Blancpain has created a new Traditional Calendar watch ahead of the coming lunar New Year of the dog. The watch is based on fundamental principles established for...

154% sales surge for West End retailers as Chinese shoppers cash...

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Sales to Chinese shoppers in the West End rocketed by 154% last week, compared to last year, as a combination of a cheap pound...

Perrelet marks start of Chinese Year of the Rooster with limited...

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Perrelet has marked Saturday’s start of the Chinese Year of the Rooster with the launch of its Turbine Rooster. The turbine is made from 12...

Chinese New Year could spark £11m spending spree in London this...

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Chinese visitors hunting high-end goods expected to spend £11m in London alone over Chinese New Year. High-end jewellery boutiques are expected to see a considerable...
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