John Waters alert. Pablo Coppola made bad taste look good in his fall Bally collection.
— February 28, 2016
Design director Pablo Coppola looked to Sixties screen beauties Julie Christie and Catherine Deneuve for this collection.
— January 20, 2016
Footwear included white leather sneakers with colored rubber soles and basket-weave leather skater slip-ons.
— January 18, 2016
Design director Pablo Coppola presented a spring sportswear collection that was pared down in attitude and ultrarich in fabrication.
— September 25, 2015
Pablo Coppola channeled an all-American aesthetic, with references ranging from “Charlie’s Angels” to Pocahontas, for his first resort collection as design director.
— June 23, 2015
The outdoorsy American lifestyle — seen from a European perspective — was the starting point for Bally’s whimsical collection.
— June 22, 2015
The brand is on a creative mission to change its ready-to-wear image — hence the $60,000 pair of crocodile-skin judo pants in its fall collection.
— February 28, 2015
This tactile collection took its cue partly from the costumes in Wes Anderson’s ‘The Royal Tenenbaums.’
— January 20, 2015
Pablo Coppola was inspired by French and Swiss modernist architects and designers.
— September 19, 2014
In his first full men’s collection for the brand, design director Pablo Coppola focused on beloved wardrobe items — with a Bally twist.
— June 22, 2014