This line draws inspiration from the sacred and re-imagines it for the contemporary woman, breathing new life into ancestral knowledge and redefining native-inspired design.
A lot of attention has been drawn to the native fashion trend in the past year or so. From violations of the Navajo trademark, to No Doubt and Victoria's Secret experiencing a long-overdue backlash, a lot of people are asking is, "If we love native fashion, where can we get it without engaging in cultural appropriation?"
It is okay to find our stuff beautiful, because it is. It is okay to admire our culture. However I then think it is reasonable to ask that if you admire a culture, you should learn more about it. Especially when the details are so much more fascinating than say, outdated stereotypes.