After making history in Cuba earlier this year by showcasing its Cruise '16 collection, Chanel returns to the South American country for its Cruise '17 ad campaign. Captured by the brand's Creative Director, Karl Lagerfeld – who is set to expand his lifestyle concept brand by opening a hotel in Macau – the campaign features the brand's signature tweed, colourful prints, vintage-meets-tomboy silhouettes and coveted accessories which suggests a seemingly stylish follow-on from its Spring/Summer '17 collection showcased during Paris Fashion WeekSet outdoors on the streets of Cuba, Scottish model Stella Tennant along with Argentinian model Mica Arganaraz, front this season's ad campaign in a series of images, both colourful and in monochrome. 

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Cuban affair: Chanel's Cruise '17 campaign

Cuban affair: Chanel's Cruise '17 campaign

Cuban affair: Chanel's Cruise '17 campaign

Cuban affair: Chanel's Cruise '17 campaign

Cuban affair: Chanel's Cruise '17 campaign

Cuban affair: Chanel's Cruise '17 campaign

Cuban affair: Chanel's Cruise '17 campaign

Cuban affair: Chanel's Cruise '17 campaign

Cuban affair: Chanel's Cruise '17 campaign

Cuban affair: Chanel's Cruise '17 campaign

Cuban affair: Chanel's Cruise '17 campaign

Now, browse through Chanel's Rouge Allure Ink collection with Kristen Stewart fronting the campaign