November is coming to a close and with that comes the end of Native American Heritage Month.
Capping it off, is a hopeful story of collaboration and sustainability.
Read more here about Metis artist,
and how luxury Italian label,
collaborated with her for their
2016 resort collection.
That's how you do it, folks.
Below, a small selection
posted on Vogue.
a good read by
Theresa Avila at Mic, called
"Native American Designers
Are Behind More Clothes
Than You May Realize."
You'll recognize the work of costume designer, Pilar Agoyo and perhaps be surprised by others - hello, First Lady fashioner, Frankie Welch!
…only if we can produce beautiful things that remind people of our responsibilities as human beings to the environment and to each other."
That concludes this weeks post!
See you next week for more inspiring stories and resources on personal style and slow fashion.
Until then, you know where to find us!
This here is a celebration at the intersection of