Angela DeMontigny rocks it out with her Skins & Stones F/W 2010 Collection. It's totally 21st Century Urban Indian Chic:
(Black Fringed Goatsuede/leather Halter Dress)
(Fitted Glazed Lambskin Halter Vest in Whiskey, Orange Mongolian Lamb Shrug, Navy Goatsuede Pants and Aspen Weekender in Brown)
(Black Shearling Shrug with Black Goatsuede/leather Fringed Cocktail Dress)
DeMontigny says: "A few pics of my new line for Fall 2010....fab pics courtesy of Dexter Quinto. Special thanks to Marianna and Leila from THEY rep for the make-up and styling :-) and my amazing assistants Arielle and Cam! Special thanks to my wonderful models: Christina, Angelina and Chris and to Town Shoes for the cool footwear"
Ontario designer Angela DeMontigny's contemporary ready-to-wear collection with one-of-a-kind wearable art draws from Chippewa, Cree and Métis elements. Her trademark is hand-painted symbols and beaded accents, executed with an artistic skill handed down by her ancestors.
“As a Métis/Cree woman, I feel honoured to represent Canadian Aboriginal fashion in such a unified way with my brothers and sisters from many Aboriginal nations across Canada to a world audience during this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity,” said fashion designer Angela DeMontigny. “Louie Riel once said: ‘My people will sleep for one hundred years. When they awake, it will be the artists that give them their spirit back.’ I believe that we are carrying out his prophecy. I feel humble to know that my ancestors are proud as I carry the torch forward, leading the way so that future generations may create and live their dreams as I am.”