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Native-made streetwear inspired by pop culture with a political activist twist.

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Lauren Good Day

Lauren Good Day “Good Day Woman” is an Multi- award winning Arikara, Hidatsa, Blackfeet and Plains Cree artist & sought after fashion designer. She is an enrolled member of the Three Affiliated Tribes (Mandan, Hidatsa, Arikara Nation) of the Ft. Berthold Reservation in North Dakota, USA and also a registered….

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Crazy Horse Classics

Ultra sleek Pueblo jewelry by Cippy Crazy Horse, who’s designs are clean and uncluttered with deep stamp work and chiseled designs in hick ingot silver, alongside Waddie Crazy Horse, whose work features bold lines and clean negative space where less creates more.

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Jeff DeMent Jewelry

Featuring the jewelry of Jeff Dement, who uses the technique of tufa casting, creating high quality silver jewelry with rich earthy vibes.

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Lesley Hampton

Lesley has been described as “an important Indigenous face in the Canadian fashion landscape” by the Globe and Mail, number one Canadian Brand to keep your eye on from VOGUE, and “Wherever her career takes her, activism and style will always go hand-in-hand” according to The National Post.

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Jamie Gentry Designs

My goal is to create meaningful connections through moccasins making. When we connect with the maker and the product, we are more likely to hold that product closer to us, and it is less likely for that product to end up in a landfill. I hope to contribute a meaningful….

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Weomepe Designs

Earrings, tees, artist prints, plus fun minis like stickers, pins, and cards, all designed by Jessica Moore Harjo, based in Oklahoma, and inspired by elaborate symmetrical ribbon work, appliqué patterns, florals and elements of nature.

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Kitá Wines

Founded in 2010, Kitá Wines is a small, premium winery located in the heart of the Santa Ynez Valley within the Santa Barbara County AVA (American Viticultural Area). The word “Kitá” means “Our Valley Oak” in the Santa Ynez Chumash native language of Samala. Like the valley oak, our wine….

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ArXotica

Bath & Beauty – Revealing the wonders of Arctic botanicals. ArXotica harnesses the unparallelled properties of extreme environment flora to create a super status skin care line. Nourish your skin with Alaska’s most extraordinary ingredients in a bottle (and soap) from a triple blend of tundra plants and berries, glacier….

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Shimá

We are artists, farmers, protectors of our precious and sacred way of life on the Navajo Nation in the Four Corners of the Southwest and the land of our ancestors. The land of our shimas. We are growing sovereignty and self-reliance with each bar of soap, every bag of stone-ground….

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Nizhoni Soaps

Yá’át’ééh!! Thank you so much for visiting my Store. My name is Kamia Begay I’m 11 years old and I was born in Shiprock, NM in heart of the Great Navajo Nation. I started this Soap Business with my Mom &Dad because we truly enjoy using our Soaps each and….

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Indigo Arrows

For thousands of years, Indigenous peoples in Manitoba, including my Anishinaabe ancestors, created beautiful patterns to adorn their pottery collections and host of bone tools. Most of the surviving pieces are held by museums now, but I think the world needs more than an exhibition- we need these patterns in….

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