Spring Picks: Antelope Woman’s Designs & Paula’s Custom Creations

This S/S 2015 season is all about statement pieces. Rock these vibrant baubles by our editor’s picks –Antelope Women Designs and Paula’s Custom Creations.

Antelope Women Designs

Lenise Omeasoo is a Blackfeet and Northern Cree beadwork artist who creates statement pieces with unique designs. A young mother of two, Omeasoo hails from Wetaskiwin, Alberta, Canada. Omeasoo admits being an artist helped her see the world in a brighter point of view. Omeasoo is known for creating pieces of different sizes and textures, even types of beads to showcase details and color. In the future, we’ll see clothing as a part of Omeasoo’s collection of statement jewelry.

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Paula’s Custom Creations
Paula Meghan Johnson is a Maskwacis Cree from Alberta, Canada. Johnson’s thriving custom business began as a simple hobby of creating colorful cabs for girls in her community. Once she posted her work on social media, her talents spread like wildfire, and soon developed a customer base in both Canada and the U.S. Johnson is known for her colorful cabs and wooden jewelry sets accompanied by a matching box.

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Kelly Holmes

Kelly Holmes

Kelly Holmes is the founder and editor-in-chief of Native Max.

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