Paris Fashion Week Bella Hadid

Paris Fashion Week Bella Hadid

Bella Hadid walked the runway for Coperni’s Spring 2023 presentation during Paris Fashion Week wearing a dress that was live-sprayed on the runway. The internet was startled by the famous moment. View the whole video and photographs inside that show how Bella Hadid’s off-the-shoulder dress was made.

As part of the ongoing Paris Fashion Week, the Paris-based French womenswear brand Coperni experienced one of the most unforgettable fashion moments yesterday night when they debuted their Spring 2023 collection. Bella Hadid, a supermodel, finished the presentation for the brand wearing a frock that had been body-sprayed by the company. You did read that correctly. Fabrican, a substance from a can that solidifies into a piece of wearable fabric, was used to accomplish the accomplishment.

French designers Sebastien Meyer and Arnaud Vaillant with Bella Hadid. 

This legendary fashion scene brought to mind Alexander McQueen’s Spring 1999 presentation, which featured Shalom Harlow writhing about on a wooden turntable while two robots were spray-painting her white off-the-shoulder dress with neon-yellow and black paint. Scroll down to see Bella’s whole outfit in full.

Bella Hadid walks for Coperni at Paris Fashion Week

At Paris Fashion Week on Friday, Coperni debuted their Spring 2023 collection. Bella Hadid finished the presentation for the brand wearing an off-the-shoulder, tight-fitting white dress fashioned just for her out of quick spray-on fabric. Designers Arnaud Vaillant and Sébastien Meyer reportedly devoted their exhibition to “women of our planet.” “To you, women who transcend your body and never avert your eyes before the barbed wire of morality,” they said in the concert notes. Diet Prada, a fashion watchdog, also posted about the event on their Instagram feed. Below, you can see how Bella Hadid’s spray-on outfit was made in full.

To close the show, Bella Hadid arrived on the runway dressed only in a pair of white underwear and her chest covered with one arm. Then, two people from the company Fabrican began spraying her body. At the end of this process, Bella was covered in a tight asymmetrical white dress.

Bella Hadid’s outfit reportedly took less than 10 minutes to complete. The non-woven fabric appears to be machine washable and re-wearable. The theatrical presentation, according to Coperni, who was named after Nicolaus Copernicus, was an illustration of a “futuristic marriage of science and fashion.”

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