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Trait d'union between two seasons

More than a tradition, traveling to the Crociera collection is a highly anticipated event. It is the certainty of a change of scenery, of the discovery of a place, of an era, of an "art de vivre".

Towards the end of the autumn of 1919, Gabrielle Chanel created the first cruise line, unaware that it would start a new trend. Lighter and more comfortable, the jersey models were ideal for yachting, spas, seaside resorts and sunny destinations.

On his arrival in 1983, Karl Lagerfeld gave new life to the trait d'union between two seasons, turning it into one of the most important moments of the year. Not only has it responded to the needs of those constantly looking for the sun in winter, but has transformed the cruise clothing into a line that anticipates the arrival of mild days creating a collection that embodies the most important travel destinations in the world: New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Venice, Saint Tropez, Cap d'Antibes, Singapore, Seoul, Tokyo and, of course, Paris.

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