Coperni’s techno chic style

Coperni never ceases to surprise audiences at its Fashion Week shows. The latest show, held in Paris on September 29, embodies the avant-garde vision of designer duo Arnaud Vaillant and Sébastien Meyer.

In the family of viral fashion shows, darlings of social networks, there’s Balmain, Jacquemus and… Coperni.


A name that recalls the father of heliocentrism – Nicolas Copernicus – and is rooted in astronomy, the shared passion of the creative duo from Mod’Art, at the helm of Courrèges creation from 2015 to 2018.


Advocating an optimistic vision of the future, Coperni often features runway shows where robots and technology steal the show from the collections themselves.


Founded in 2013, the Parisian fashion label is adept at techno and minimalist styling.


Sensual atmosphere, tailoring and sportswear chic at the Coperni show


Spring Summer 2024 show. But with a zest – as always with the design duo – of High Tech. At the heart of the Institut de Recherche sur le Cinéma et l’Audiovisuel in Paris, trendy brand Coperni presented its Spring Summer 2024 collection on September 29, right in the middle of Paris Fashion Week. In front of an array of celebrities, the House unveiled its line worn by renowned models, including the iconic Naomi Campbell.

While the show won over the brand’s community, it had already aroused curiosity and excitement on social networks a few days before the presentation. Indeed, the House stayed true to its futuristic DNA by presenting the collection via a short video enhanced by augmented reality.

At Coperni, technology is never far away, and permeates the label’s entire creative process. Its purpose is not to replace, but rather to accompany, the handcrafted, humanly mastered fashion so dear to the creative duo of Arnaud Vaillant and Sébastien Meyer.


© Coperni

Sportswear, tailoring and technicality


A blend of sportswear and tailoring, sublimated by sensual touches and a hint of technicality, Coperni’s Spring Summer 2024 silhouettes reflect a refined, streamlined style. Shirt sleeves open to the navel and extend well beyond the hands, and blazers are worn with a large, low lapel. There are also straight-cut suit pants, classic leather jackets, denim ensembles, cut-out tops, babydoll dresses, jogging suits, Bermuda shorts and a sequinned skirt for a festive touch.

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