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This Lebanese Blogger Made the Cover of Marie Claire Arabia Twice in a Row

Via: vogue.me

Lana El Sahely, founder of L’armoire de Lana, has been literally having one big breakthrough, after the other. The Lebanese fashion blogger and designer was featured on her first ever magazine cover on Marie Claire Arabia, for both the August and September issues. In her late twenties, Lana is the epitome of femininity, youth empowerment, and success.

 

 

Lana was born to a Lebanese family, but grew up and graduated High School in Cameroon, Africa. Lana then went to Beirut, where she received a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics/Political Science from AUB (The American University in Beirut), She then got a Master’s Degree in Communications.

 

In 2011, Lana became the first Arab female fashion blogger, whe she founded L’Armoire de Lana.

 

“I launched my fashion blog on August 29th, 2011. At first, it was just a hobby but it soon became a full-time activity. Throughout the years, I’ve worked on creating full branding strategy, a unique brand identity, with an official logo for this blog.”

 

 

 

 

Via: vogue.me

 

190,000 Instagram followers later, and Lana has turned into an entrepreneur. L’Armoire de Lana became a big name in fashion, and Lana started to collaborate with more and more artists like herself. She starred as one of Dolce & Gabbana’s models in Milan’s Fashion Week. This made her THE only Arab model in the fashion show. The Lebanese fashion icon has also worked with Dior, Chloé, D&G, Nike Women, and MAC cosmetics.

 

 

WE SAID THIS: This girl just keeps scoring touchdowns on her self-made runway.

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