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During the Paris Fashion Week Coperni show, top Bella Hadid had a dress “painted” in the middle of the show. Sprayed with a liquid which then solidified to form a kind of fabric, she could almost immediately parade with it.
MODE – She arrived in the simplest device and took part in an exceptional performance. This Friday, September 30, the top Bella Hadid was at the heart of a particularly striking moment during the spring/summer 2023 fashion week in Paris, being ” to paint » a live dress during the Coperni fashion show.
As you can see from the various videos in this article, the model of Palestinian origin was the center of attention for the masterful finale of the house founded by Sébastien Meyer and Arnaud Vaillant, two former designers from Courrèges.
Virtually naked on the podium, Bella Hadid was therefore sprayed with a strange white liquid. As explained by our colleagues from Vogue Business, it was actually a component created by Fabrican, a company founded by a Spanish designer and scientist, Manel Torres. Composed of cotton fibers and synthetic materials embedded in a polymer solution. The liquid eventually evaporates, leaving only the fabric.
Transformed in less than ten minutes
And that’s how in less than ten minutes, Bella Hadid saw the component freeze and transform into a dress, which was then adjusted to allow it to parade under the eyes of an audience captivated and amazed by the performance. .
It must be said that this tour de force of Coperni was prepared for a long time. The designers worked for six months with Fabrican to achieve this result. ” We are not going to make any money from this, but it is a wonderful moment, an experience that will have aroused emotions “, explained Sébastien Meyer to Vogue Business.
Even though Coperni didn’t push the performance as far as undressing Bella Hadid, Vogue Business notes, moreover, that the material developed can then be transformed back into liquid. An experience that may be offered during a future fashion show.
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