Fierce & Femme: Autumn White Eyes

Anishinaabe and Oglala Lakota jewelry maker Autumn White Eyes, a spoken word artist and multimedia storyteller, launched her online shop to create jewelry for people to feel empowered by their activism while expressing their style with bold and beautiful earrings and accessories.  Please introduce yourself.  My name is Autumn White Eyes and I’m from the […]

From Reservation to Runway: Norma Baker-Flying Horse Debuts in Paris

Norma Baker-Flying Horse, a member of the Hidatsa tribe, lives on a reservation in North Dakota. From there she manages to create art that teaches worldwide audiences; art that speaks to human suffrage and the spirit to overcome. Norma, also known in her native tongue as Red Berry Woman, is creating couture fashion that was […]

4 Winter Finds From Our Favorite Designers

Don’t throw style out the window with the cold: Here is our list of easy transition pieces to make your Winter outfits easy to achieve without breaking your budget by some of our favorite designers. OXDX Both easy and multipurpose, you can rock an OXDX tee with skinny jeans, a maxi-dress or black leggings. Although […]

The Moment: Silky Scarf by ACONAV

Fall time is the perfect season to add a silky scarf over a flowy blouse. Our must-have scarves of the moment are these 100% silk scarves from ACONAV by Loren Aragon. What makes these scarves stand out is not only does Aragon print designs on his material, but his Acoma Pueblo culture inspires the designs […]

Building a Fashion Empire: Helen Oro

I reflect back to the time I first met Helen Oro, a makeup and nail guru who shared snapshots of her beaded jewelry and sunglasses with us on Facebook in hopes of being featured. It was sometime after the release of our Premiere Issue back in 2013. In our brief conversation, Oro happily offered to […]

Style Profile: Norma Baker-Flying Horse

A mother of five, assistant to the Three Affiliated Tribes (Mandan-Hidatsa-Arikara) Tribal Chairman, fashion designer/beader/creator-in-demand, wife, and aspiring business owner, Hidatsa, Dakota Sioux, and Assiniboine Norma Baker-Flying Horse usually needs no introduction to whether or not she can accomplish daunting tasks. Already juggling a demanding career, business, and family, her accomplishments and goals continue to […]

Beaded x Woven Basketry Jewelry

Carrie Hill and Tobi Mitchell are two Mohawk women and artists who honed very different creative skills but met each other and bonded at a basket-weaving class. Their brainstorming and the collaborative partnership has not only fused together artistic mediums, but it keeps the legacy of their Mohawk culture and heritage alive through modern fashion. […]

Style Profile: Timoteo Ikoshy Montoya

Timoteo Ikoshy Montoya (Lipan Apache) has always been a multi-faceted artist, well-known for airbrush for decades. Montoya has been designing t-shirts since the 80’s, either in classic old school tattoo style. “You still see a few of my old t-shirts, some hoodies every now and then” Montoya explained. “I’ve always loved that old school tattoo-flash […]

Fashion Seamstress Aims High in Next Quest

A step-mother to four children and expecting her first, assistant to the Three Affiliated Tribes (Mandan-Hidatsa-Arikara) Tribal Chairman, seamstress/beader/creator-in-demand, wife, and aspiring business owner, Hidatsa, Dakota Sioux, and Assiniboine Norma Baker-Flying Horse usually needs no introduction to whether or not she can accomplish daunting tasks. Already juggling a demanding career, business, and family, her accomplishments […]