On Friday, model Bella Hadid made an unconventional appearance during Coperni’s Paris Fashion Week runway show, stepping out onto the stage in nothing but a pair of white panties. There, three talented creators at Corperni spray-painted on her outfit right in front of the audience.
Hadid was wearing a pair of white kitten heels and had been made as much as accompany the ultimate look, which eventually became an off-the-shoulder white gown with a trailing skirt and thigh slit. The fabric was not product of traditional spray paint, relatively a fibrous thin material comprised of latex that eventually built up into something akin to actual fabric.
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Her hair was up in a slick bun with some pin curls layered onto her brow. As she strutted before the gang, the dress received a round of applause. Coperni has been recognized for its more experimental designs and won the ANDAM’s Creative Label Prize in 2014, an award given to labels for his or her creative and business potential, and was a finalist for the LVMH Prize in 2015.
Also on the Coperni show was beauty mogul Kylie Jenner, who wore a dress from the design house as well. The strappy blue and black leather mini-dress showed off The Kardashian star’s figure, cinching in on the waist and featuring a plunging neckline and form-fitting bust. She styled it with long black extensions, matching pumps by designers Sébastien Meyer and Arnaud Vaillant. She accessorized with a pair of clip-on frameless sunglasses.
Coperni’s show was held within the Salle des Textiles on the Musée des Arts et Métiers in Paris, and was attended by invite only. The technique for spraying on latex to create textiles was invented by Dr. Manel Torres.
“We desired to dedicate this moment to Dr. Torres, because we respect what he does a lot,” Vaillant told Vogue. “We felt that it was absolutely needed that he led the performance – to us, that makes the experience much more magical.”
Aimée Lutkin is the weekend editor at ELLE.com. Her writing has appeared in Jezebel, Glamour, Marie Claire and more. Her first book, The Lonely Hunter, might be released by Dial Press in February 2022.