We catch up with actor–and style icon in the making–D’Pharaoh Woon-A-Tai.
Growing up on a rural reserve, he struggled with his identity and was bullied; flipping through pages of fashion magazines was the only form of escapism. Now, Cree youth Scott Wabano is taking on the fashion industry as a model, fashion stylist, and fashion designer while gracing the cover of the first Native fashion magazine, Native Max.
Just within the last few weeks, Natives have appeared in various mainstream media, media outlets and more!
Runway Report: Ay Lelum Showcased at Global Fashion Collective Showcase at NYFW Despite Warehouse Fire
Despite a warehouse fire, second-generation Coast Salish Design House Ay Lelum took NYFW by storm with their newest collection.
imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival Announces Seven Directions Shorts Program PLUS In Person Screenings Across Canada
The world’s largest Indigenous festival showcasing film, video, and more made by Indigenous screen-content creators announces exciting events as part of the 22nd Annual Festival.
We’ve got a hunch kids everywhere will love solving mysteries with Tasembo, Nuseka, and Billy Jack.
Schitt’s Creek and Rutherford Falls star joins Hot Docs Food Film which includes an Inuit community in the Northwest Territories employing traditional harvesting methods to grow fresh produce in a community greenhouse.
Diné weavers Naiomi Glasses and Tahnibaa Naataanii collaborated with Latinx fashion designer Gabriela Hearst, creative director of her namesake brand and Chloe, on her Spring Summer 2022 collection which debuted at New York Fashion Week. According to Naiomi, a futureship with the program Creative Futures Collective led her to be paired with Gabriela’s brand where […]
Shelby Mata of the Comanche Nation has been crowned Miss Native American USA.
Despite a fire that destroyed their warehouse, Ay Lelum will showcase at New York Fashion Week.