Our concepts at dreadavinci are inspired by independent thought, universal connections, and high levels of consciousness. We aim to break the status quo mindset and revolutionize the fashion and art world.  

Drea DaVinci is first and foremost an artist.  As founder of the brand, she is a true renaissance woman. Drea has a Bachelor’s degree in Ethnic Studies with a minor in Political Science from the University of Oregon. Drea has studied and traveled abroad her entire life.  These experiences have inspired a collection of art and clothing geared towards today’s thinkers, tastemakers, and trendsetters.

Drea's art & clothing is a lifestyle and a movement that symbolizes breaking social constructs and brings out the genius in each of us.  



Drea is an advocate for giving back and is involved in various charities.

Malibu Times: Art for Others with Drea DaVinci

 Drea is known for collaborating with other artists on various projects.


Dreadavinci has been seen on the following celebs and athletes:

Fetty Wap, Rapper

Drea styled Fetty and his crew for the video "My Way", as well as appearing in the video!


Monty, Rapper 




Patrice Fisher, Actress

Dion Sims, NFL

Prynce Montanaa & Dread Billi Rappers

Fiiishbonez, Model & Designer

Emazi, Recording Artist

Perry Jones III, NBA

Sebastian Telfair, NBA


La'el Collins, NFL

John Salley, NBA 

Dwayne Harris, NFL

Ronald "Slim" Williams, Music Mogul

Roger Kieschnick, MLB

Sumner Haye, Strong Man Athlete

Arnett Moultrie, NBA

Hotboy Vinci, Rapper

Alex De Blanc, Singer Songwriter


LeGarrette Blount, NFL

Street Money Red, Rapper

Former NBA player "Jay Ovara" Jermareo Davidson, Fteaturing rapper Greazzy "Dead People" produced by Zaytoven.  Drea had a cameo in the video as well!

Lance Stephenson, NBA

DeAndre Daniels, NBA

Akeem Ayers, NFL

DJ Fluker, NFL

Drew Christy, Model

Royd Hernandez Cruz, Cuban Baseball Player

Mike Sweeny, Entrepreneur

Greazzy, Rapper

Stephen Jackson, NBA