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2 years ago, by Voir Editorial Team With Soulful Beats and A Killer Style, Yendry Is The Influencer You Have To Be Following This Spring

2 years ago, by Voir Editorial Team

With Soulful Beats and A Killer Style, Yendry Is The Influencer You Have To Be Following This Spring

Drawing on her Italian and Dominican heritage to produce soulful beats with empowering lyrics, at just 28 years old, artist Yendry is rewriting the R&B scene. Rising to fame in 2012 after her success on the Italian X- Factor, Yendry’s emergence into the industry began as a teen. At an age most of us were singing into our mirrors, the multitalented model and singer was emerging as one of the most emotive and profound Dominican artists of our generation.

Yendry’s music is an authentic blend of rhythms that seek inspiration from tunes and instruments synonymous with her Italian/Dominican heritage. Her hit singles like ‘Nina’ draw influence from flamenco and reggaeton, creating a harmony of nostalgic beats with a modern R&B twist. Her most recent collaboration with Belgian- Colognese singer Lous and the Yakuza encapsulates nostalgia meeting modern charm. Their single ‘Masquerade’ – released earlier this year- was an inspiring feat. The single’s aim was to encourage humans to look beyond our exteriors to understand eachother on a deeper level, so it’s no surprise the collab reached over 600,000 listens on Spotify this month.

Not only does her music sound good, but Yendry’s top singles like ‘YOU’ and ‘Barrio’ speak to a generation of women fighting their oppression in society. Speaking to 1983 Magazine, the artist admitted how her hit song ‘El Diablo’ was written with an aim of bringing to light the double standards women face in society, claiming she hoped to ‘give a positive message to independent women’.

Aside from her female forward music, Yendry’s style is another reason to join the star’s thousands of fans. Recently in the press for her erotic Jean-Paul Gaultier looks at Paris Fashion Week, the star draws on artsy and outlandish fashion to fill her wardrobe. Favouring looks with a bold and colourful forefront, the star’s recent looks have featured leather trench coats, abstract prints, and daring sheer fabrics. Yendry isn’t afraid to make a statement through her clothing.

Get Yendry’s Look:

Here to inspire us to dabble in outlandish fashions (and probably take a trip to Urban Outfitters) we’ve gathered Yendry’s greatest looks to recreate at home.

Not afraid to show off her athletic figure, Yendry’s appearance at Balmain’s Paris Fashion show was sultry and modern. Pairing a lengthy leather trench over a cut-out tee and sheer trousers, the star’s look was inspired by Balmain’s classic and feminine house codes.

Bringing artwork from the Louvre onto the streets of Paris, Yendry’s Jean Paul Gaultier Mona Lisa look was a true work of art. Pairing khaki cargos with her staple black trench, this look brought art and fashion together for the ultimate Parisian look.

Proving her iconic Jean Paul Gaultier looks just don’t stop, Yendry showed us how to work the sheer look to perfection in a chiffon gown and brown leather jacket. Keeping her accessories on the subtle side, the look was paired with brown peep toe Amina Muaddi heels for her Paris solo performance.

Stepping away from the colourful layered looks the star is usually spotted in, Yendry mixed it up for her Jean Paul Gaultier front-row look in a maxi dress that mimicked the female anatomy. Sticking to a two-toned palette, the outfit was an elegant black and white look with an abstract twist.

Keeping things basic in blue, the star gave us a lesson in all things smart casual wearing a trench and trainer pairing. Adding a dash of primary colour to her look, Yendry wore co-ordinated royal blue trainers and a cosy sweater.

In a promotional post for her collaboration with Puma, Yendry wore blue crushed velvet flares with a slit cropped tee. In a regal yet sporty setting, the star posed with a basketball in platform sneakers that matched the athletic scene.

Not keeping her love of green a secret, Yendry incorporated her favourite shade into a Columbian nighttime look. Sporting knee-high green boots with a mesh sequined dress, this look is giving us major Friday night outfit inspiration.

Stripping it back to basics, the star gave us casual wear inspiration in her slit leg Marco Rambaldi dress. Keeping the look down to earth, the star paired the cream gown with chunky sneakers as she posed by a vintage car.

For a cool khaki look, Yendry’s monochromatic outfit is the ultimate street style look. With a unique shorts over trouser pairing, the star layered the look to perfection with a baggy bomber and cropped black tee.

Words By Olivia Booth

Graphic: Gerasim Kutsarov


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