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Trendy Tuesday: Rocking Red

Chinese New Year falls on Saturday this year and one of the Chinese customs is to wear something red on the first day of Chinese New Year. According to the Chinese, red is considered as an auspicious colour. Traditional folklore believed that red colour was used to scare away Nian an evil monster that attacks the village every year before Chinese New Year. From there on, Chinese believes in wearing red at the start of every year to symbolise an auspicious start to another new year.

Here are some looks from the menswear SS17 runway and Resort 17 looks that you can recreate this Chinese New Year:

https://i1.wp.com/assets.vogue.com/photos/57655d848d7434f60382580a/master/pass/bally-mens-ss-17-01.jpg

Bally Look 1

https://i2.wp.com/assets.vogue.com/photos/575ebdae4afec819500dd29e/master/pass/_COA0152.jpg

Coach Look 13

https://i2.wp.com/assets.vogue.com/photos/576e8b8685d222f925967b16/master/pass/_DIO0354.jpg

Dior Homme Look 23

https://i2.wp.com/assets.vogue.com/photos/576a90e31db2035a30777efb/master/pass/_MON0680.jpg

Balenciaga Look 21

https://i1.wp.com/assets.vogue.com/photos/5747003abdaf6e3b6aa3d728/master/pass/08-fendi-resort-17.jpg

Fendi Look 8

https://i1.wp.com/assets.vogue.com/photos/575efc36ddbe181d42c58194/master/pass/03-alice-olivia-resort-17.jpg

Alice + Olivia Look 3

https://i0.wp.com/assets.vogue.com/photos/580a870cbb3368d12cc4dcff/master/pass/01-balenciaga-resort-2017.jpg

Balenciaga Look 1

https://i0.wp.com/assets.vogue.com/photos/573e0857cd546a0312be7f87/master/pass/Women-Cruise-2017_Look_07.jpg

Bottega Veneta Look 7

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