After last year’s huge success, Native POP: People of the Plains Native Arts Gathering hosted the 2nd Annual Native POP Fashion Show, and you can bet that Native Max Magazine was on site to capture looks from the “runway”.
The fashion show took place on Saturday, July 15, from 2:30 – 3:30pm, during Native POP down in Mainstreet Square in Rapid City, South Dakota.
The fashion show featured the following designers:
Louis & Gina Still Smoking (clothing), Pierre, SD
Collins Jordan (jewelry), Rapid City, SD
Darla Jean Takes The Knife (clothing), Rapid City, SD
Tosa Two Heart (clothing), Kyle, SD
Sarah Weston (clothing/jewelry), Flandreau, SD
Check out the photos below:
Photos by Tara Rose Weston
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Kelly Holmes is the founder and editor-in-chief of Native Max.
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.