Dana Hourani is a Lebanese recording and visual artist. Dana first made a name for herself as a major figure in the Arab fashion industry, appearing on various magazine covers and in dozens of campaigns throughout the Middle East.
What is your favorite kind of music? Favorite song?
I love all kinds of music. I used to listen to a lot of country music growing up and eventually that transition to Indie music. It’s hard to pick a favourite song but there are a few songs that I know I will always love throughout my life as they hold a special place linked to special memories:
Free falling – Jon Mayer
When the party’s over – billie
Everything – Michael bubble
Resolution – Matt corby
Shadow – birdy
Slow dancing in a burning room – John Mayer
What part of your job do you enjoy the most and why?
I love the creation part, being in the studio bringing a new song to life. I also love when the visuals come to life during the filming of the music video. That process has a thrill to it that doesn’t match anything else.
What does fashion mean to you?
I’ve always been a fashion enthusiast since I can remember. It’s a big part of my life as I find it one of the means of expression in my everyday life.
If you could give people 3 tips about style, what would they be?
Wear what you want.
What are your overall thoughts on Spanish fashion?
I think Spanish fashion is one of the most creative, innovative, and influential in the world. With ongoing reclaiming traditions it always remains influenced today by Spanish history. I love that no matter where you go you see the locals presented with so much self expression.
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