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Bella Hadid has dress spray-painted on wowing Paris Fashion Week

Bella Hadid has dress spray-painted on wowing Paris Fashion Week

People were blown away as fashion, art and technology came together to beautiful effect

Bella Hadid wowed Paris Fashion Week as she had her dress spray-painted on live on the runway.

The 25-year-old model wore nothing but underwear and shoes as she was sprayed white, before eventually strutting down the runway after her dress was miraculously complete.

Sébastien Meyer and Arnaud Vaillant, from the Parisian label Coperni, designed the spray-on fabric slip-on dress, which was applied on the runway by a team of specialists.

People were blown away by the feat of fashion, art and technology.

On Twitter, one person wrote: "Fashion history. iconic. pure art. breathtaking. Bella Hadid closing Coperni ss23 in a dress that was sprayed onto her during the show."

Another said: "I'm speechless… this is art."

A third added: "Fashion becoming actually really entertaining again is the world healing."

People were stunned by the end result.

Victoria Beckham presented the show - her first at Paris Fashion Week in almost three years - and she has been heaped with praise by her family.

Former England captain David said he was 'so proud' of his wife and reminded her to 'enjoy the moment'.

All of the Beckham children, including brothers Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz, as well as 11-year-old Harper, joined their parents for the event in the French capital yesterday (Friday 30 September).

"PARIS BABY. Today we celebrate YOU @victoriabeckham," David wrote on Instagram, sharing a picture of his wife.

"You have worked so hard to get to this moment so enjoy it but remember it's only the beginning for you & team VB. We are so proud of you."

Brooklyn also congratulated his mother in his Instagram story, reposting her picture of him, his father and siblings, sitting with Vogue bosses Edward Enninful and Anna Wintour.

He was also joined by his wife, Nicola Peltz Beckham, for the occasion.

In her own posts, the former Spice Girl said she was 'so grateful' to her family and Vogue for 'always supporting me'.

Describing her catwalk, she wrote: "Bold. Feminine. Delicate. Sexy. Those are the ideas I was thinking of for #VBSS23.

"It's about embracing femininity and shifting between soft and hard, structured and fluid.

"Thank you so much to my incredible team and to these incredible VB women!!"

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