Cherokee actor Wes Studi (Dances With Wolves and The Last of the Mohicans) recently shared with fellow Native writer Tommy Orange about his journey in acting and experience as a Native actor who changed the way Indigenous people are portrayed on the big screen for the August issue of GQ.

In the feature, Wes wears a mixture of new and vintage high-end pieces along with his own hats.

Read the full story here. This story appears in the August 2021 issue with the title “Wes Studi’s Untold Stories.”

Suit, $6,750, and shirt, $775, by Brioni. Tie, $225, by Turnbull & Asser. Hat, his own. Sunglasses, $350, by Christian Roth.
Jacket, $975, by Schott NYC. Hat, his own. Sunglasses, $1,170, by Chrome Hearts.
Suit, $6,750, and shirt, $775, by Brioni. Tie, $225, by Turnbull & Asser. Hat, his own. Sunglasses, $350, by Christian Roth.

Photographs by Michael Schmelling
Styled by Jon Tietz
Grooming by Lauren Chemin
Tailoring by Amelia Fugee
Produced by Kyra Kennedy
Location: El Rancho de las Golondrinas, Santa Fe, NM.

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