D’Pharaoh Woon-A-Tai of ‘Reservation Dogs’ & His Style Featured in VOGUE

Up and coming Native actor D’Pharaoh Woon-A-Tai’s acting chops and humor were displayed for all to see in the first episodes of ‘Reservation Dogs’; now his style is the focus in a recent feature with VOGUE.

Ojibwe writer for VOGUE Christian Allaire sat down with D’Pharaoh (Ojibwe/Cree) and talked about his acting career and his style, including how he incorporated Native fashion into his outfits for the ‘Reservation Dogs’ press tour. D’Pharaoh worked with well-known fashion stylist Avo Yermagyan in styling his outfits together, which consisted of traditional pieces with contemporary Native fashion along with high-end pieces.

In the VOGUE feature centered on his press tour looks, the Native-made pieces D’Pharaoh wore Emme Studio, beaded medallion by Rainy Dawn Ortiz, another beaded medallion by Shaneesa Aginas.

Check out some of the looks:

Suit by Dolce & Gabbana, top by Dunhill. Photo: Jonny Marlow
Suit by Ami Paris, medallion by Rainy Dawn Ortiz, vintage top, shoes by Dr. Martens Photo: Jonny Marlow
Coat by Emme Studio, shirt and trousers by Versace Photo: Jeff Vespa

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