Chanel Cruise is known by representing the time that Coco Chanel used to travel around the world selling her clothes and innovative style. Specially when she went to Orient, the trousers and the tweed jacked were the most accepted pieces that still remains.
Karl Lagerfeld, continuing her work, developed a collection with many modern shapes, but that curiously still carries Coco's DNA in each piece. In order to emphasize the shape of the clothes, the color palette was very restrictive with shades of white, off-white, black, nude, and blue marine.
The result was chic and audacious, a mix of historical elements like the ruffles neckline, and the military chains; However a completely contemporary mood is essencial, because according to the proper designer: "I hate nothing more than "the good old days", it makes the present second-hand."