March 26, 2018

Backstage | Photos From Our Latest Event

We had so much fun at our fashion show last week held at the Sky Dancer Casino in Belcourt, ND!

We were invited by the Tribal Nations Research Group to host an evening fashion show, and we gladly accepted.

You can scroll down to see some of the pictures that we snapped backstage featuring all the looks shown on the runway. From streetwear to couture, shellwork to beadwork, snapbacks to ribbon shirts, we showcased a variety of designs!

February 9, 2018

7 Ways to Rock the Thunderbird Sky Midi Dress

We teamed up with Tammy Beauvais Designs and Miss Turtle Mountain Tehya Azure to play around with 7 ways to wear the same amazing dress!

The Thunderbird Sky Midi Dress by Tammy Beauvais features an all-over Native American woodlands floral beadwork design with a flattering silhouette.

We layered the dress with different jackets, crop tops, skirts, belts, tights, boots, and other accessories that we had laying around, and we fell in love with each look!

January 3, 2018

Artist Profile | Tessa Sayers

We are so excited to introduce you to our newest talented artist, Tessa Sayers, who is the owner and designer of a lifestyle brand called Soul Curiosity.

She is Ojibwe, Cree, and Metis, and I met her a year ago in Portland. She was playing with the idea of launching her own business, and we are so glad she did!

We sat down with her to chat a bit more about how she got started, and what inspires her the most.

November 1, 2017

LaKota Scott: Woven Jewelry

I'm always amazed by the jewelry produced by Navajo artist LaKota Scott.

Each piece is handmade using copper wire woven around a thin leather cord, and transformed into a mini Navajo basket that you can wear as earrings, a pendant, or, now, a bold cuff.

I barely have the patience to weave at the normal basketry size, let alone the teeny tiny micro 1.5" wide mini size. I am just totally impressed. Scroll down to see more examples of her work.

October 1, 2017

Indigenous Pink Day: Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign

Indigenous Pink Day, on October 19, 2017, is a national breast cancer awareness campaign for American Indians and Alaska Natives. Breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death and the most common cancer found in American Indian/Alaska Native women. 

The goal of Indigenous Pink Day is to educate all Indigenous people about the importance of early detection and remind women to keep up to date on their screenings. 

September 1, 2017

Glamour: Native Representation

I've said this so many times, but I truly mean it: we live in an extraordinary and exciting time. 

Pick up the 2017 September issue of Glamour magazine to see just what I mean. 

While Blake Lively graces the cover, two important articles inside highlight Native American women.