Bella Hadid stole the show at Paris Fashion Week on Friday after having a dress sprayed onto her body on the catwalk.
The model, 25, walked for Coperni on Friday, where she began the catwalk wearing nothing but a nude thong and kitten heels, covering her chest with her hand.
Two artists armed with airbrushes then joined her on the runway and began carefully spraying on white paint which magically turned into a malleable material which was then fashioned into a dress in front of the audience.
They began with the bodice before moving on to the skirt, which began glued to Bella’s legs before becoming a flowing skirt with a thigh split.
Similarly, he sprayed on bodice was then fashioned to have two straps which were then removed from her shoulders to drape on her upper arms.
Parisian ready-to-wear brand Coperni was established in 2013 and is designed by Sébastien Meyer and Arnaud Vaillant.
The spray-on dress left the audience, which included Kylie Jenner, gazing on in awe before bursting into applause as Bella slinked down the rest of the catwalk in the finished creation.
Kylie shared clips of Bella’s dress being created from the front row, telling her fans: ‘This was special to watch.’
She then added: ‘A slay @bellahadid @coperni’, as the final garment was revealed.
Other stars in attendance at the invite-only event included Alexa Chung and model Sita Abellán.
After the show, Bella shared a clip on Instagram as she told her followers: ‘Will have no words until tomorrow.
‘Thank you for all of the love, there is no person more important than the next. None of this could happen without the passion, hard work and dedication of the entire Coperni team.
‘I love you @sebastienmeyer, @arnaud_vaillant, @helenatejedor and the entire team/production. I will think of this moment forever.’
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