Our store is owned by Indigenous creator
I AM an indigenous maker, I came from Navajo Tribe， Proud of the contributions and contributions of Indigenous artists and makers. Every purchase you make creates space for Aboriginal-owned small businesses. We support the revival of traditional Aboriginal people with our own stories and cultures, traditional crafts and languages.
tribal wear is the power endowed by the product,
It is also the spiritual food of our design brand employees.
With original design as the main body, it is produced and sold in .
With three-dimensional cutting as the main design method,
Incorporating fashionable casual design, two kinds of collision and blending,
The independence and creativity of the brand are formed.
The brand is deeply loved by women who pursue independent ideas;
The virtue of chivalry is the main body of brand learning and its advocacy,
deeply rooted in the heart,
Infiltrate brand design;
And won the love and respect of women from all walks of life.
In terms of style, the original and continuous attempts are made, and the three-dimensional geometric surface is used as the visual point to discover every ingenious segmentation and re-seam in a humanized way. The perfect combination of double cutting and box-shaped three-dimensional design complements the brand origin.
In terms of fabrics, flexibility is the basis and comfort is the foundation, as the two primary conditions for existence. In the research and development of fabrics, the whole brand spirit "try the double meaning of flexible existence". Constantly experimenting with flexible, comfortable fabrics.
Try to be in life and out of life. Each decision is to lay a better foundation for the next attempt. Are you happy, miserable, or confused while trying? All for a better life!
My family history includes unconditional love, beauty, generosity and so much humor. It also includes intergenerational trauma, colonial violence and loss of family ties. My parents survived a Canadian boarding school system that tried to erase our culture, language, and history. As an Indigenous designer, my goal is to celebrate my culture in honor of those who cannot. If you don't know the history of boarding schools (Canada and the US), I highly recommend you take the time to learn about them.
My parents have always shown great love and support for my design goals. My designs are reviving Aboriginal motifs from lands my ancestors have inhabited for thousands of years. My textiles have become a teaching tool for many clients, sharing history and a language that previously only existed in our museum. As a mother, I want my children to experience the beauty designed by their ancestors. Our home is filled with native textiles and art. For my girls, this is their "normal" now.