Bella Hadid does not simply slay the runway, she sprays.
During Paris Fashion Week, the supermodel made jaws drop on the Coperni vogue present on Sept. 30 when she strutted out on to the runway topless, overlaying her breasts together with her arms, whereas carrying nude underwear and heels.
When she reached the middle of the stage, Bella stood tall and nonetheless as a workforce of three technicians painted a white layer of latex on her naked physique.
As they sprayed the coat of paint, the 25-year-old lifted her arms one-by-one as their work slowly reworked right into a mid-length costume with a high-rise slit. Once the work of art was full, Bella fiercely sashayed down the runway exhibiting off her new custom-made ensemble.
The costume was constituted of Fabrican, a sprayable cloth invented in 2003 that hardens into clothes. According to the corporate’s web site, founder Manel Torres “imagined a material that would magically fit the body like a second skin yet have the appearance of clothing. With years of research and experimentation culminating in the realization of a sprayable fabric from an aerosol can, Fabrican was born.”