Coperny adorns a futuristic line with AI pins at Paris Fashion Week

PARIS, Sept 30 (Reuters) – Copernicus designers Sébastien Maier and Arnaud Wieland staged their fashion week outing in a sprawling underground acoustic research center in the heart of Paris, showcasing sporty sophisticated styles with technological gadgets, the human AI back. Folds.

A wall of loudspeakers alternately signals the start of the show. Models including Naomi Campbell appeared on the runway, moving swiftly in loose-fitting dresses, sheer fitted dresses, bra tops and jeans.

„Clothes are designed to be easy to wear,” the show notes, with designers dressing up open-back dresses and bag styles with cinched trouser hems for a leggy look.

The soundtrack bounced around the room, a medley of sounds of moving fabric, and at one point, the dingle of a triangular instrument – ​​a dress with triangular cutouts – was shown.

Adding to the show’s futuristic bent were sportswear and flat, square-toed sneakers in collaboration with Puma, some models complete with the label’s swipe-back CD player and headphones.

Founded in 2013, the label is known for creating buzz during Paris Fashion Week, painting a dress on Bella Hadid last year, and more recently, sending robotic dogs down the runway.

Paris Fashion Week runs until October 3 and features brands including Chanel, Hermès and LVMH-owned Louis Vuitton.

Report by Mimosa Spencer; Editing by Sonali Pal

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