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DRESSED TO KILL

During the golden period: the 80s, Brian De Palma made a Hitchcock-style erotic thriller “Dressed to Kill”. The film originally meant intentionally wearing clothes that attract sexual attention and admiration, through time, the phrase gradually evolved to its new meaning: someone who is elaborately attired, dressed to draw attraction. She is like a black poppy by dawn and a scarlet lipstick by dusk.

In the Dressed to Kill series, COPULA combines feminine pearls with various weapon elements to create a brand-new independent female image. For the first time, COPULA used a virtual model in this collection's campaign, its name is Hera, named after the Greek goddess. As always, COPULA focus its perspective on the future world: imagining we all live in a virtual space where we are free to choose our own image according to our preferences.