Musician Sudan Archives (@SudanArchives) is one too look out for. We first saw her playing the Electric Violin in her video "Come Meh Way & Wake Up" and were entirely amazed by her; her sound, her voice, her look! In Sudan's newest song, Nont for Sale, she was styled by the amazing Bukunmi Grace (@BukunmiGrace) and my obsession just grew. The song expresses the importance of self empowerment, and for women in todays society songs that liberate and qualify our Divine Feminine are important especially the accompanying visuals are equally awe-inspiring.
The outfits that were styled in this video definitely embody the varying aesthetics of Nont for Sale. The first round of outfits show Sudan walking down a sunny street with her girls, the famous and fitting palm trees of Los Angeles swaying back and fourth behind them. The women of this scene were wearing some accentuating VidaKush belly chains, including the Aurora Borealis Belly Chain & the Plain Belly Chain
In the next scene, we walk with the ladies into a lush, pink beauty salon as Sudan served all kinds of queen vibes as she sang and got her hair done whilst reminding us "this is my light, don't block the sun." Within the same setting Sudan rocked our Sativa Name Plate Choker and a myriad of our rings that can be mixed and matched to stack- real proper. Both The Nefertiti Ring and Guadalupe Ring were just a few that Sudan rocked.
The third look was my favorite. Sudan was proudly being driven around with three men on each side of the car in black suits and her girls right by her side. She looks absolutely fabulous in this scene wearing our Pearlette Body Chain. The video then comes to a close while they dance in a parking lot to the wavy electric violin solo by Ms. Sudan. In this third setting you can catch a clip of Sudan wearing her custom made #VidaKush choker.
The #VidaKush team was definitely thankful and proud to have been apart of this art piece. We want to give thanks to Bukunmi Grace for choosing to incorporate VidaKush jewelry into her styling, to Ross Harris for his wonder and skill behind the camera and last but not least to the beautiful muse, Sudan Archives, for her innovative artistic direction.
Authors: Nandi George & Eliette Singleton