Kali Uchis, RUSH, by Wiissa

September 06, 2015

The video for Rush was shot by Wiissa, collaborative and real-life couple Vanessa, 21, and Wilson, 22. New Yorkers by way of Miama, Wiissa specialize in images that evoke the 60s and 70s, a time when fashion and art were inextricably linked. Unsurprisingly, the video doesn’t run short of terry-cloth, true-blue denim, or rainbow motifs that were so popular in the 1970s – even the medium, vintage super 8, echo America’s mid-century. The vintage clothing for the shoot was pulled in large part from Stoned Immaculate Vintage, which was a key component to completing the aesthetic of the video. Please enjoy these screen grabs from the Rush!




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