No Longer Rookies of Hollywood: Andrew Orozco and Kiowa Gordon

What’s it like to be in the same room as Andrew Orozco and Kiowa Gordon? It’s normal, mostly. You know how some actors turn into big-headed, selfish and egotistical snobs who don’t care to meet you unless you’re a big-time celebrity yourself? Andrew Orozco and Kiowa Gordon are not like that, at all. On this […]

Style Briefing: Winter 2013

From fashion to makeup, Native makeup artist Tecia Jackson shares with us tips and tricks to survive this Winter season. 1. Life just got simpler. Keep your spring dresses unpacked; instead incorporate them into your winter wardrobe by layering them with a cardigan, leggings and over the knee boots. Why not toss on a scarf, […]

Behind the Ink: Alicia Smith

Alicia is a true artist who can transform a plain pair of boots or flats into works of art. Alicia, a member of the Nuu-chah-nulth Nation of British Columbia, wanted to see clothing, shoes and accessories of Native design that you could wear every day, and not just on special occasions. Drawing traditional animals on […]

The Moment: Cree Nisga’a Boots

Cree Nisga’a Clothing has certainly made their presence known in New York during the annual Couture Fashion Week last month. First Nations designers Linda Lavallee and Patrick Stewart design custom boots made with leather and handpainted with eyecatching designs. Photographs by Udor Fotography