Measurements: 5’6″- 119 lbs – 35″C – 25″ – 35″ Shoe size: 7 (US)

Daphnee Lucenet is half Khmer, half french. Her modeling name is Dash Luce.

She is the founder of Elytiz: an app for models and photographers.

She has two Master’s Degrees in Computer Science Engineering and in International Business specialized in Finance.

Along with her studies, she built a modeling career, working with modeling agencies in Paris and in Asia. Her references include Nike, GoPro, Panthene, Samsung, Gap, Chocolate Schubar, FNAC, Hennessy, NYX Cosmetics, GQ Magazine, Elle, Paris Mag,…

Daphnee studied and lived in several countries: France, Switzerland, UK, Italy, Canada, China,  Cambodia, and USA.

She also acts and performs fighting stunts, since she has been practicing different types of martial arts and boxing for years and especially because of her spiritual retreat of four months in China to meditate and train on Kung Fu.

Her Cambodian side partially explains her interest in charity work focused on Education in Cambodia. She founded her family-like NGO called Khmer Vibration and is was the Ambassador of Global Children Cambodia (New York). She is a Member Board of Directors at Cambodians in Tech.

She is a business and strategy advisor at System Experts, an open-source solution provider developing an Edtech product to improve education in Cambodia.

She founded a California based consulting company called my MVP and me.

She is the co-author of the MAIDE with CARE initiative: a Manifesto dedicated to stakeholders of the Digital and Image industry meant to address environmental, economical and social issues.

I aim at taking action to help empowering Khmer kids through education, culture and tech.

Picture with Khmer students

Daphnee is currently based in Paris.

Ladies Magazine – Cover, Edito & Interviews, Cambodia
Sovrin Magazine – Cover, Edito & Interview, Cambodia
Video Interview on Khmerican
Article on Khmerican
Project Smile video at Bong Noun Phymean’s orphenage (CNN Heroes Award 2008)

Daphnée Lucenet (Elytiz): “Trop de marques ne connaissent pas les droits des mannequins”

Daphnée Lucenet – J’étais toujours trop ou pas assez