SO, I’ve done a photoshoot with Dorian Caster. Angel Haze told me about his work and referred me to him. I was lucky enough to have an hour with him on this shoot as he was in Tucson for the week for work. Ok, no more words. Here’s the result of the photoshoot.
Here’s the pictures of SWAIA in Santa Fe, NM.
The # NFITC in Denver, CO
The show went really well! Amazed by the Native designers creativity and talents. OXDX Clothing, Un3ek System, and Aconav were a few of my favorites! Definitely check these guys out work, buy their clothes, and support Native Americans! I cannot wait to attend future NFITC events and see more Native arts and designers!
Native Designer: Sho Sho Esquiro
Sho Sho Esquiro is Cree and Kaska Dene designer from Vancouver, Canada. She has shown her inspiration through her work and at fashion week in New York City and Paris, France. She shows that she is a force to be wreakin with and continues to see her future in the fashion industry very clearly. She shows in her Facebook that she loves her family so much especially her adorable grandmother; she’ll literally win you over with the photos she posts. As you see two of her works at the bottom that is only a teaser as to what she has made. I featured her in the “Weekender Look” on Native Max Magazine Gentlemen’s Issue. I love the shirt she has made and felt inspired of a young native man who goes to the local coffee shop occasionally.
YOU definitely need to see her work!!!!!!!!!!!
To purchase these items go to Sho Sho Esquiro’s shop: http://www.shoshoesquiro.com/shop/
Here’s a few other photos taken by Native American photographer Thosh Collins (http://thoshography.com/), who has helped her creative mind to become recognized as an extraordinary designer.
Sho Sho’s work has gone internationally and was invited to Elle’s Fashion Show at the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France. Her dedication paid off. Here’s a few of her work that she has posted on Facebook.
Native American Designer: Bethany Yellowtail
Bethany Yellowtail is a Crow/ Northern Cheyenne designer from Montana. She has found her calling in designing and the fashion industry have certainly notice her talent. She has worked with Nike and BCBG to name a few have seen the creative future of this young talented lady. An inspirational women who has a whole life ahead of her. She continues to represent Native Americans and to thousands of young women who aspire to become like her.
Check these dope clothes out!!!!
These pieces can be purchased on Beyond Buckskin’s shop: http://shop.beyondbuckskin.com/