Juny Breeze has worked on successful campaigns for brands including Valentino, Chaumet, Armani Beauty, L'Oreal, and many more. Inspired by vintage films, she adds her artistic approach to her work, and has appeared in magazines such as Vogue Paris, Grazia, ELLE, and many more. This time, she has captured the attention of Vogue Arabia and had a conversation about her origins, inspiration, and motivations.
“I was born in the Nineties at a time when girls from Arab descent did not have any lookalike figures to admire in the media or in local culture in general. This was a social and unconscious isolation. It pushed me to look at my place in society. I grew up with more than a double-culture but a multicultural background, and today, my style is the fruit of my sensibility to all.”
Juny remembers being fascinated by fashion as a child while watching old films starring actresses such as Faten Hamama, Soad Hosny, and Sophia Loren. “The cinema industry – Occidental and Middle Eastern – influenced my style and how I balance out a look.“ She also recalls a music-filled childhood in which she danced to Françoise Hardy, Oum Kalthoum, and Serge Gainsbourg.
“Being loving to the ones around us as much as love includes the terms of acceptance, patience, and happiness. But at the same time, to never try to possess what and who we love and let it be and maybe let it go peacefully.”