Celebrity red carpet looks that might persuade us to attempt all-over crimson this Chinese New Year
We've all seen them. The family units that prowl Chinese restaurants uniformly dressed in the default colour of the Lunar New Year. Such earnest displays of enthusiasm haunt the dreams of most fashionistas, but in light of Pierpaolo Piccioli's bloody — in both colour and ingenuity terms — epic Valentino showing in Tokyo, we think it's time to rethink high-risk, on-the-nose festive dressing. To give you courage and inspiration, above you'll find the celebrity siren calls/red carpet outfits that make the most convincing arguments to go all-red come February 5.
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