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Many Indigenous creatives or stores are often multi-disciplinary and sell multiple types of creative items. The best thing you can do is check out their links and take a look at everything they offer.
Decolonial Clothing – Nehiyaw
Displayed in Netflix series, featured in top magazines, articles and news broadcasts
Eighth Generation – Snoqualmie
Owned by the Snoqualmie Tribe. Wool blankets, jewelry, and more.
Ginew – Oneida/Stockbridge-Munsee/Ojibwe
The first Native American-owned denim collection
Jaylee Lowe – Seminole/Mvskoke
Seminole – Also Mvskoke ribbon skirts
Not sure of contact/web/social media -yet-
Manitobah Mukluks – Métis
Mukluks, moccasins, slippers, sandals, shoes, boots
Modern Tribal Nations – Apache/Kiowa/Comanche
Clothes, blankets, accessories
OXDX – Diné/Navajo
Diné owned fashion label
Red Rebel Armour – Anishinaabe
Indigenous made authentic streetwear brand
Section 35 – Samson Cree/Others
Indigenous owned streetwear brand
The NTVS – Red Lake Ojibwa/Fond du Lac Chippewa/Others
Art and streetwear mixed with culture to create one-of-a-kind designs
The Rez Life – Nehiyaw
Statement pieces that are designed for everyone (cousins & allies)
ThunderVoice Hat Co. – Diné/Navajo
The Iconic Navajo Brim hat has spanned through the ages
Urban Native Era – Lipan Apache
‘You Are On Native Land’ hats, clothing, and more.
B. Yellowtail – Northern Cheyenne
Native American – Woman Owned Fashion Brand