Style Via Davia
Throughout our years of finding and collecting vintage clothing and accessories, we have had the great fortune to meet some extraordinary people. Creative minds that had attained notoriety, and others that were destined for big things. We have worked on a variety of projects, our own and others', in a variety of capacities. We don't consider ourselves "stylists". However, we love to use our collection and experience to help people realize their creative vision through fashion. If you are a stylist, hit us up for rentals and more. If you have a project to which we can lend our fashion eye, we want to hear about it. Our goal is to help express creativity through fashion.
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"Girls on bikes in dresses"
We were sitting with our buddy James Spooner one day, while he worked on building a bike for Earl. Somehow, the conversation found its way to us talking about creating a fashion video to highlight some of our collection and show our vision of vintage fashion. We can't remember whether it was Davia or Earl who said, "We should make a short of girls on bikes in vintage dresses." So, the concept for, what would later be titled The Magic Hour, was born. Along our journey, we encountered an incredible filmmaker, Alan Algee. We met Alan while working on Aloe Blacc's "I Need A Dollar" video, Directed by our friend, Kahlil Joseph. We shared our idea with Alan. Soon another friend, Karon Davis was in the mix. The two made a beautiful reality of what was only a passing thought in a garage. What started as "Girls On Bike In Dresses" became what you see above. The amazing collaboration of creative minds doing what we do best. Enjoy, The Magic Hour.
Direction: Karon Davis, Alan Algee Wardrobe and Style: Via Davia Vintage, Style Via Davia Art Direction: Beth Gibbs
Cinematography: Alan Algee, Karon Davis, Solomon Henry
We were first introduced to a young Kahlil Joseph by friend and singer/songwriter Nia Andrews. What started as visits, from Kahlil and friends, to our booth at the flea market turned into many late-night appointments in "The Garage". A friendship began. Kahlil would call us for different projects that he was working on. Here is a taste of the work we did together.
We have known friend, artist, and filmmaker Karon Davis for almost a decade. We met her at another one of those late-night appointments made by our buddy Kahlil. Karon had an idea to do a short film centered around the Atlanta child murders, called Leaving Atlanta. So, she tasked Style Via Davia with the job of providing wardrobe and styling for the film. All pieces are from the Via Davia Vintage Collection. What you see here is yet another vision realized through fashion.