Puerto Rican reggaeton star Lunay stops by The Webster South Beach to share his philosophy on fashion, music, and personal style. Discover Lunay's take on the Webster Wardrobe, online now.
Q: HOW DID YOU FIRST START IN MUSIC?
“I started doing freestyle on my social media platforms and by doing so, two of the biggest music producers (Gaby Music and Chris Jeday) in Puerto Rico heard my voice and talent and decided to work with me and take on my project. Nowadays, they play a huge role in my career as my managers and have helped me grow into the artist I am today.”
Q: WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE PIECE IN YOUR WARDROBE AND WHY?
“At the moment, I am very into vests! As they are incredibly useful to me and compliment my style on and off stage. They add an edge to my look instantly, no matter if I have a simple t-shirt or a hoodie on. The moment I add a vest, I feel I can take my look from very simple to edgy in seconds.”
Q: WHAT SIMILARITIES WOULD YOU SAY YOUR MUSIC AND FASHION HAVE?
“My music and the way I like to portray myself in the fashion world is based on my fans and the way I want them to connect with me. A great part of my public is young and energetic and that is why I like to explore a lot with brighter/lighter colors as I believe they identify with it very much. ”