Bella Hadid’s historical moment that changed the fashion industry forever

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Feathers, sequins, denim, and tulle. All were popular fabrics displayed at Paris fashion week earlier this fall. But what about a spray-on dress? 

Supermodel Bella Hadid made fashion headlines after being the closing model for the runway show of the designer brand Copernis showing a new way to create fashion, a spray-on dress. It’s a technique and fabric that could possibly be making its way into modern-day fashion as we know it. The creator of the spray paint technology is often referred to as “The chemist tailor” but is more commonly known as Manel Torres a Spanish-American designer working to push the boundaries of the fashion community, and personally, I’m all here for it. 

The spray-on dress was later cut into a maxi-style dress with an elegant slit on the left leg and left the audience watching in awe of the new technology being introduced to runway shows. 

The spray is actually quite simple to make. It consists of a liquid tissue made up of three ingredientspolymers, additives, and fibermaking it a simple product to make that still looks so chic while applying it.

The creativity fashion designers have brought to shows lately has blown me out of the water, but this one especially sent social media into a frenzy: News articles, TikTok videos, and Instagram posts. There was no doubt the whole world was talking about the revolutionary dress that had just made history in front of our very own eyes. 

The liquid dress has multiple uses which could also have a positive effect on the environment, meaning if you’re sick of the current dress you can remelt the liquid and turn it into something completely new without the waste of buying new fabric. 

Hadid was the perfect candidate to showcase the new liquid dress as she has blown up throughout our generation and is being referred to as the new “it” girl. 

The dress has no seams or hems, causing it to give an effortless look and be perfectly molded to your body, and I foresee this technology becoming an everyday product sold in retail stores rather than just being displayed on high fashion runways. ”

The dress has no seams or hems, causing it to give an effortless look and be perfectly molded to your body, and I foresee this technology becoming an everyday product sold in retail stores rather than just being displayed on high fashion runways. 

With the fashion industry continuously changing and evolving, the technology introduced onto the runway this season has already had a permanent impact on fashion as we know, and with the help of the Iconic Bella Hadid, I’m almost positive to be seeing more creative ways to display pieces incorporated into runway shows in the future.