Fashion Barbiecore Isn't Going Anywhere, According to the Chanel 2024 Cruise Show The collection mixed SoCal surf and skate culture with the brand's signatures. By Lindy Segal Lindy Segal Lindy is a fashion, beauty, and lifestyle writer based in New York City. In her spare time, she writes a Substack newsletter called GATEKEEPING, and watches Bravo with her chihuahua mix, Barney. InStyle's editorial guidelines Published on May 10, 2023 @ 12:58PM Pin Share Tweet Email Photo: Getty Images May is quickly shaping up to be the month of Chanel. Just last week, the late Karl Lagerfeld was honored at the Met Gala in N.Y.C. Tuesday night on the opposite coast, Chanel debuted its 2024 Cruise collection at Paramount Studios in L.A.. And where Chanel lands, celebs appear: Kristen Stewart and Margot Robbie (both ambassadors for the brand) and Sofia Richie (who wore Chanel exclusively for her April wedding) were a few of those who sat front row, while Snoop Dogg gave a special performance. Aside from the flashy names, all eyes were on the collection. Shades of Barbie pink were prevalent, so don’t expect the Barbiecore trend to dissipate anytime soon (after all, the upcoming Barbie movie doesn’t even come out until July 21). The range also featured Southern California staples from surf and skate culture, which were intertwined with Chanel signatures like tweed and layered necklaces. The result included a mix of Chanel-logo swimsuits, tailored crop tops, palm-print sets, and even light-up block heels, not unlike your favorite '90s sneakers. Ahead, see some of the highlights. The 37 Best Chanel Red Carpet Looks of All Time Standout Looks from the Chanel 2024 Cruise Collection Getty Images She was a (Chanel) Sk8er Boi. Getty Images This Barbie wears Chanel. And legwarmers. Getty Images Calling L.A. icon Cher Horowitz. Getty Images Big Y2K energy. Getty Images Starry swimwear. Getty Images Palm prints were a recurring theme, as was sparkle. Getty Images A sunset color scheme reminiscent of Venice Beach. Getty Images Modern prep meets '80s aerobics.