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YOURSELF?

Sabry Hasni, 22 years-old. Dancer. I’m from Cannes, in the South of France, and recently moved to London.

PRACTICE?

I came to London to try my luck in dance (Hip Hop & House), but also in the modelling industry. For me, these two worlds are linked. You can express something through a stare, a choreography, a freestyle… That’s what I love. I’ve always felt really passionate about these two worlds.

DREAM COLLABORATION?

To be honest, when answering the question directly without thinking, I’d say I don’t really have a dream collaboration. I’ll always want to collaborate with people who can bring and teach me new and different things. Every person who can make me grow, I’ll collaborate with and exchange.

Then, yes, as a dancer, I’ll answer that the best collaboration would be to dance for the biggest artists at the moment in terms of choreography.  But there is also the freestyle side of dance where I dream to collaborate, one day, with the biggest at that moment, but also with the older dancers like les Serial Stepperz, Waydi , Battalla, les Danseurs Fantastiques, les Twins, and the list goes on.

In modelling, I’d love to, one day, model for the biggest brands, with a little preference for Nike & Sixth June.

LONDON?

Simply because of the desire to discover another culture – And another approach to the artistic world. London is a city where art is omnipresent. (And to be honest, to learn English as well… I really need it … ). For its art side, London is absolutely amazing. Every form of art is present, and I just find that absolutely magnificent. There are a lot of opportunities in London for every artist, and it’s a real chance. There’s the American dream, that’s true, but I think, for everyone, there’s also the London dream. The competition is tough but you need to hold on, work, and have the mindset to succeed.

SSSHAKE?

Meet as many people as I can, learn, and exchange experiences and art.
If any photographers are looking for collaborations with models, it would be my pleasure.

Credit: @Sabry Noflex


YOURSELF?

Sabry Hasni, 22 years-old. Dancer. I’m from Cannes, in the South of France, and recently moved to London.

PRACTICE?

I came to London to try my luck in dance (Hip Hop & House), but also in the modelling industry. For me, these two worlds are linked. You can express something through a stare, a choreography, a freestyle… That’s what I love. I’ve always felt really passionate about these two worlds.

DREAM COLLABORATION?

To be honest, when answering the question directly without thinking, I’d say I don’t really have a dream collaboration. I’ll always want to collaborate with people who can bring and teach me new and different things. Every person who can make me grow, I’ll collaborate with and exchange.

Then, yes, as a dancer, I’ll answer that the best collaboration would be to dance for the biggest artists at the moment in terms of choreography.  But there is also the freestyle side of dance where I dream to collaborate, one day, with the biggest at that moment, but also with the older dancers like les Serial Stepperz, Waydi , Battalla, les Danseurs Fantastiques, les Twins, and the list goes on.

In modelling, I’d love to, one day, model for the biggest brands, with a little preference for Nike & Sixth June.

LONDON?

Simply because of the desire to discover another culture – And another approach to the artistic world. London is a city where art is omnipresent. (And to be honest, to learn English as well… I really need it … ). For its art side, London is absolutely amazing. Every form of art is present, and I just find that absolutely magnificent. There are a lot of opportunities in London for every artist, and it’s a real chance. There’s the American dream, that’s true, but I think, for everyone, there’s also the London dream. The competition is tough but you need to hold on, work, and have the mindset to succeed.

SSSHAKE?

Meet as many people as I can, learn, and exchange experiences and art.
If any photographers are looking for collaborations with models, it would be my pleasure.

Credit: @Sabry Noflex


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