Contemporary Parisian Brand Coperni Stages Its First-Ever Show at Paris Fashion Week FW20
Sébastien Meyer and Arnaud Vaillant pay homage to the World Wide Web.
Situated at Station F, a startup campus in central Paris, Sébastien Meyer and Arnaud Vaillant presented their first Coperni runway collection at Paris Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2020. Inspired by the World Wide Web, Meyer and Vaillant’s designs channeled a minimal, utopian aesthetic alongside traces of Nicolas Ghesquière‘s early Balenciaga days and Helmut Lang.
Coperni’s sophisticated lineup featured a range of modern-day work attire including chic suits, long split sleeve tops, flared pants and smart coats. Feminine pieces were also seen on the runway ranging from button-down skirts, one-shoulder tops and a variety of sultry leather dresses. Shades of black, grey and olive green dominated the collection’s color palette, along with occasional vibrant pops of red and yellow hues. Footwear arrived in different silhouettes such as chunky white sneakers, strappy heels and black leather boots.
Take a look at all the stunning pieces in the gallery above. For more PFW-related news, don’t forget to check out Marine Serre’s FW20 collection.