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New Year New Interview: Emily Daccarett

Emily Daccarett

When researching Emily Daccarett, I thought that there were two Emily Daccarett’s – a fashion designer and a musician. However, there is only one Emily Daccarett. She is a fashion designer and a musician. You have to admire her for not stifling her creativity. There’s something to be said about not staying in your lane. Why can’t someone be in more than one lane?

Anyway, check out Emily Daccarett and support her creative endeavors.

What was the best thing to happen in 2019?

2019 was such a great year! So much happened, it felt like 2 years in one. Releasing my ep, Cannibal, was the best thing to happen. I had been working on these songs for little over a year. I was finally able to bring my two passions together, music and fashion. I started out as a fashion designer, so adding musician to my brand and to have it make sense took a lot of soul searching.

What are you looking forward to in 2020?

I have a few songs I’m working on and will be releasing them in 2020. I’m looking forward to showcasing my new womenswear collection and accessories. Also debuting an anime-themed activewear line, which has the characters I created as mascots for each song in my ep.

Where was your first concert as a fan? As a performer?

First concert was Shakira! I’m still a huge fan. I’m tri-lingual and singing in different languages is something I love. As a performer, it was in a castle-like house in the Hollywood Hills. 

Do you think that there’s an alternate reality? If so, what is the alternate you doing?

I like to think there is. The world has been torn apart after the second corporate war. I live in a post-apocalyptic city and have embraced cybernetic enhancements which I use to further my career as a ballet dancer. 

New Year’s Resolutions. Yay or Nay?

Yay- To produce a couple music videos to further the narrative of my ep, Cannibal. 

What have been the best musical holiday moments in your life?

Going to see Andrea Bocelli live for Christmas!  Between the songs they performed dances from the Nutcracker Ballet. I cried through every performance. It was so beautiful; I couldn’t contain all the emotions I felt from being there. 

Favorite holiday song?

Baby, It’s Cold Outside/ White Christmas 

*every song from A Nightmare Before Christmas

Least favorite holiday song?

Simply Having A Wonderful Christmas Time 

What do you want people to know about your music?

I try to create a cinematic atmosphere with my music. I’m a fashion designer and I write my songs like I design my collections. There is a theme, colour, mood, and a story I want to translate into the music. I look at it as escapism. 





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