About Donna Davies HallowStyle
aka Hudson Valley Halloween Queen
HallowStyle™ is the innovation of witch-crafter, author and Hudson Valley Halloween Queen, Donna Davies who was raised in upstate New York and relishes all things weird and wonderful in the Hudson Valley. She is fond of spending Halloween in Sleepy Hollow, home of the Headless Horseman, which has been a true inspiration for her eerie expertise.
Having been challenged with finding items to decorate her home available only during the Halloween season, Ms Davies saw the need to create everyday items for those who are spooky all year long. From pottery to jewelry and accessories, the celebration of Halloween runs through her blood and her need to live a Halloween lifestyle is stronger than ever.
Ms. Davies has been actively celebrating and promoting Halloween in the Hudson Valley since 2011. She has volunteered her time and efforts into growing the celebration of Halloween into the 2nd largest celebration season in the Hudson Valley.
She served as President of the Historic Fund of the Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, lectured at local libraries, judged The Poughkeepsie Journal's Scary Story Contest for several years and more recently serves as Grace Smith Pumpkin Parade costume contest judge advocating against domestic violence.
In 2014, The Halloween Queen and her coven of ghastly ghouls brought Halloween festivities back to her home town of Wappingers Falls for the first time in 40 years. Hundreds of zombies, ghosts, ghouls and witches crowded the streets in a colorful Halloween parade and fall festival. The parade returned in 2015 and was handed over to the village in 2016.
Ms. Davies and her coven of witches silently creep through the dark shadows of the Hudson Valley, often going unnoticed, bringing you information on all the best places to celebrate Halloween in the area. Named Halloween Hotshot in 2017 by the Poughkeepsie Journal, Ms. Davies invites you into the world of HallowStyle. How does she know it's the best? She's experienced it.
Shouldn't everyday be Halloween?