In 2019 she was featured as one of the top 100 Mexican-women inspiring the world in Jonathan Klip’s book, ‘Entre Catrinas.’ She believes in community as the structure to re-engineer the world, and co-created alongside Martha Graeff and a very special group of influencers, ‘The Bazaar for Good,’ a philanthropic venture that uses fashion to raise funds for projects with social impact that has donated more than 300,000 usd to children in need.
In August of 2021 she moved to Dallas with the objective of focusing on her artistic practice, which is composed of performance art, photography, and video performance, after having worked in fashion developing a strong voice on social media through the language of hair which she’s in the process of transforming.
She has worked with brands such as Chanel, Valentino, Versace, The Webster, Tory Burch, 3.1 Phillip Lim, Alice and Olivia, Vizcaya (where she is a Cultural Ambassador), Isabel Marant, Citi Bank, and The Dalí Museum among others, and has been featured as a style icon in Elle USA, Allure, Nylon, W Magazine, Vogue México, InStyle Latam, Miami Magazine, Indulge Magazine,the cover of Brickell Magazine, Racked, HolaTv, NBC Universal, Hello, Telmundo, E Entertainment, LatinX, Boss Babe (Alice and Olivia’s ranking of top women) and Who What Wear, among other media.
Danié has been a panelist for Fashion Group International South Florida, Design District, RAW Residency, Womens Forum Mexico, The Retreat Miami, has moderated conversations for The Future powered by MINI, Stitched Lab, Brickell City Centre, Instituto Marangoni and has shared the stage with Taryn Toomey, Craig Robins (founder of the Design District Miami/Dacra) Gabrielle Anwar, Patrick Duffy, Jenny Lopez, and Irma Martinez among others.
She’s currently taking part in the ILAP Art Residency, and has been learning sculpture at Creative Arts Center, textiles under Aurora Molina, and performance art with Nina Surel under constant mentorship by Kathryn Mikesell, from The Fountainhead Residency.
She’s inspired by the work of Sheila Hicks, Tunga, Cecilia Vicuna and Giorgia Volpe to expand the reach and the narrative of her practice.
Her current goal is to deepen her exploration of the history of hair as a social construct, and rituals as a point of connection across cultures and geography, and integrate them into her practice as she explores the possibilities of digital technology.