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Bella Hadid Spray On Dress

Bella Hadid made a bold fashion statement as she walked the runway in only her underwear and high heels while a garment was spray-painted on her body. On Friday, September 30, while the 25-year-old model walked in Coperni’s presentation for its spring-summer 2023 collection, three males spray-painted a white slip dress over her figure.

Coperni teamed up with Fabrican Ltd. for a forward-thinking project that included live garment construction on stage. Fabrican Ltd’s leader, Doctor Manel Torres, used a spray-on fabric that, once sprayed, dries to produce a physical shape in his performance. For the purpose of immortalizing the feminine figure, the silver spray turned Hadid’s nude-hued attire into a silver outfit that was almost tailor-made for her.

At first, it seemed like normal paint had been put over the model’s body. Gradually but surely, the outfit took shape as the paint morphed into a one-of-a-kind cloth. As the bottom of the garment took shape, one of the most breathtaking parts was when the liquid formed web-like patterns across her legs.

On Friday, Bella Hadid praised Meyer and Vaillant, along with the rest of the brand’s crew and production personnel, via Instagram. “There is no singular person more important than the next. Only together can we make magic,” she shared. “Thank you for all of the love…. I am still speechless!”

As we’ve seen, this wasn’t Hadid’s first time making headlines for a fashion show attendance this year. Bella Hadid and her supermodel sister Gigi Hadid, 27, had the same hairdo as they walked the catwalk for Marc Jacobs’ fall 2022 collection in June 2022. The pair’s straight, black manes reached their waists, and they had side-swept bangs that framed a patch of exposed skin on their foreheads.