Chanel is Heading to Havana

Models Binx Walton, Anna Ewers, and Edie Campbell at Chanel's Spring 2016 show at Paris Fashion Week.
Because Cruise season is the best season.
Image via @chanelofficial

Next spring, Latin American fans of Chanel are in for a treat - for the first time ever, Karl Lagerfeld is taking the iconic brand to present in Havana, Cuba on May 3rd!  The Cruise 2017 show will follow similar international presentations in Seoul, Dubai, Miami, and Venice over the past few Cruise seasons, but as the first fashion house to reach out to Cuba since diplomatic relations with the US were established, we can foresee that the island will play a major role in the trends we see in upcoming collections; British trend forecasting agency WGSN has already tapped Cuba as the next major point of design inspiration, and Stella McCartney has already cited it in her current Resort collection notes.

WHO: Tia Elisabeth Glista, Editor in Chief at Couturesque magazine
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