Why Coperni had the best-dressed guest list this Paris Fashion Week?

Well, Paris Fashion Week certainly showed us what we have been missing. With a genderless collection from Raf Simons to Balenciaga’s movie premiere recreation, there was plenty to see. But Coperni’s post-pandemic celebration stopped us all in our tracks.

With the hype of their AW drive-through fashion show, it seems no one wanted to miss out on their next big moment. With Claire Guillon, Paris based street style photographer captioning ‘Did I do 99% of my stuff at Coperni today? Maybe’ why is it that Coperni became the main stage for the best-dressed attendees this PFW?

The Coperni show titled ‘Spring Summer 2033’ gave an uplifting prediction of what’s to come with Arnaud commenting “The industry is a nightmare now. But we want to escape and have fun.”

As the models took to the sand catwalk, a futurist vision of psychedelic prints, cowboy boots and reworked bomber jackets grabbed your attention.  Inspired by the natural benefits of hemp, the collection included organic construction and floral prints. It not only was environmentally conscious but it wanted to recognise the social hardships, adopting a more relaxed approach.

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Focusing on wearability and innovation it was light, loose and sensual. Embracing slink, sequin and sparkle with clear Y2K references with cargo trousers, bikinis and capacious silhouettes it projected a dreamy summer feeling.

With Gigi Hadid, Paloma Elesser and Abut Akeck all walking, not to mention steve jobs 23-year-old daughter Eve debuting her first catwalk, there was plenty of names to know flying around.

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But there are even more names to know along with the leafy green front row backdrop. With Regina Anikiy and Mina Habchi hand in hand with their Coperni plus ones, it’s clear to see Coperni’s cult following have turned up in force today. Elite streetwear influencers, industry names and stylists all wanting a bit of the Coperni pie and we can see why.




Written by Holly Thompson

Featured Image – @minahabchi

Holly Thompson

Holly Thompson

Writer and expert