It starts from February first and it’s almost here. In the year of the Tiger every zodiac sign’s horoscope will change. Some will get rid of the misfortunes encountered in 2021, while some will need to be prepared for troubles and accidents. The Tiger is associated with Yang (masculine, active) energy. Tigers do things their own way and hate being told what to do. So while it’s important to follow our intuition and run with our wildest dreams, that means we also have to keep our egos in check. Though they’re extremely driven and can be brash, their goal is always to do what’s best for everyone, not just for themselves. Overall, this is a year for switching careers, building teams or getting back into creative projects. Life is short so why not be happy?
People born in a year of the Tiger are brave, competitive, unpredictable, and confident. They are very charming and well-liked by others. But sometimes they are likely to be impetuous, irritable, and overindulgent. As the Tiger’s personality is more powerful, when with people, Tiger’s should take care to value the other people’s characters and identities. Tigers, if you want to get a better opportunity in your cause, you should also be approachable: humble yourself. Due to mistrust and over confidence, Tigers do not like to communicate with others so they are not good at coordinating in social circles. They are inclined to use commanding means to deal with interpersonal relationships.
The Year of the Tiger serves also as inspiration for Gucci’s new collection celebrating 2022. Photographed by Angelo Pennetta, models pose alongside tigers in a series of luxurious images. The line includes ready-to-wear, accessories, and footwear decorated with the majestic animal. For footwear, canvas printed sneakers, as well as leather loafers, impress. Christopher Simmonds also works on art direction for the shoot. “Tigers were photographed and filmed in a separate safe environment complying to Gucci’s policies and then featured within the campaign,” the brand shares about the shoot. Rich with significance for the House, the animal expresses the Creative Director’s fascination with the beauty of nature.
Happy Year of the Tiger!
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