I cannot think of one runway show I would have rather attended than the unveiling of Karl Lagerfeld's Chanel Cruise collection. Karl took over the town of Saint Tropez and turned the city streets into a high fashion runway. The models arrived in style, riding in a convoy of motor-cruisers. Natasha Poly was the first to grace down the runway, casually holding her sandals. His collection was an ode to seventies fashion, which featured flared corduroy trousers, brown floppy hats, crocheted cover-ups, hot-pants, watercolor maxi-dresses and bikinis redesigned to resemble something Brigitte Bardot would wear. The models, with their wavy beach hair, barely-there make-up, (walking barefoot nonetheless), looked casual and comfortable. Lucky onlookers watched from their balconies and yachts. It seemed like a really fun show. But, Karl Lagerfeld didn't stop there. He created a short feature film in honor of his collection called, "Remember Now." The film is oozing with sex appeal, models partying until the break of dawn and sheer lavishness, which fits seamlessly into the quintessential Saint Tropez lifestyle.