Florrie Arnold for Hoss Intropia

Florrie Arnold has served as the latest muse for Spanish label Hoss Intropia. The talented drummer, singer and songwriter is definitely the perfect choice for the brand to represent their beautiful collections. She sang Blondie’s ‘Sunday Girl’ in Nina Ricci’s L’Elixir perfume ad campaign and also collaborated with Dolce & Gabbana and Karl Lagerfeld who chose her for the Maison Michel lookbook. And now the independent, young artist features in Hoss Intropia’s ‘Make Your Own Rhythm’ video.


Described as “a perfect combination of talent, beauty and strong personality. She is developing a career both as an artist and as a model. She writes her songs, sings and plays drums, guitar and keyboards”, Florrie is the ideal person to embody the Spanish brand’s spirit.
Intropia Women are singers, actresses, dancers, photographers and models with strong personality, who are not afraid of their big dreams, illusions and fantasies. Every season, the beloved Spanish label chooses strong and unique women to illustrate the essence of their collections. Thus Florrie Arnold comes to join Nadine Labaki, Myriam Gutierrez, Carmen Kass, Helena Christensen, Diane Birch, Sophie Auster and Naomie Harris, who previously collaborated with the fashion house.


Currently, Florrie lets her fans download, share, play and post all her music for free. She has launched 2 EPs, ‘Introduction’ in November 2010 and ‘Experiments’ in June 2011. Take a look at the energizing video of the young artist to admire her talent!

Photos courtesy of Hoss Intropia

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