Something happens when you meet Arghavan. You’re getting a feeling of calm, a feeling of being invincible and a feeling that you can do everything you wish for. The sky is the limit as long as you have faith in yourself. This multitasking woman has written her first book, she writes her own music and she is working with women in Iran to help them use their voice, like she is using her own voice in order to be able to change the world. At the moment she is doing a song/film project with women worldwide that will be released on International women’s day 8th of march. Her advice to women is: “You have to be careful but don’t let the fear stop you, because if you have something to tell, you need to tell them” Pretty inspiring to say the least. Who are you and what are you doing? I am an artist who also uses creative projects to raise awareness of women’s rights. Right now I’m producing a show called “ZAN, a musical journey from Iran to Sweden”, a show that follow different lives of women in Iran and how I got in touch with them.Tell us a little about your journey in life My real journey began when I realized the power of freedom and that your voice can make a change for others. As long as you believe in yourself there is always roads that’s going to lead you to your dreams. The past six years I’ve been writing a book Zan = Women and I have started on a documentary and also become an ambassador for UN Women Sweden.When did music come in to your life? There’s always been music and art in our family. My father is a poet and a writer and my mother has always filled our home with her voice but she never had the opportunity to follow her dream to become a singer herself. I have always been aware of this. One day when I was sitting in the park with my sister and was singing, I looked at her and saw that she was crying. She said: Arghavan, if you can touch my heart with your voice, you can probably touch other people with your music. My sister gave me the courage and support to follow my dream as a singer.How do you write your music, how does it come to you? I am collaborating with some songwriters from Iran right now. It is important for me to relate with my songs, so I am going to share pieces of what I’ve been doing for the past years. I am really exited for people to hear the new Arghavan.How would you describe your style? Edgy with a lot of blackIs their any garment that you have to many of but can’t stop buying? Hats?When you hear the word sustainability, what crosses your mind and what does it mean to you? Awareness. Wanting to be a part of a cleaner and healthier world.What is your idea of happiness? To have your family close to you and also for them to be in good health. To be able to share your moments with your loved ones. Have the opportunity to follow your dreams, to travel and explore new things. Wow, that rimes. Also, be able to help other people and be able to change the world.What person do you admire the most? My mother. Her magical strength, courage and warm love she has for her family and the people she meets everyday. My mother and father is the reason of what I am doing today. With their love and support, I am inspired to work harder. They also give me the courage to dream big.With everything going on in the world today, if you were to change one thing; What would it be? Donald Trump!!If you would give yourself an advice to a 20-year-old Arghavan, what would it be? Be patient, good things take time. Believe in yourself and your ideas. Start playing the piano, and save your money that you are working so hard for.