List of Native-Owned Companies by Native Lux

Hey guys,

IT’S BACK!!! The list of native-owned companies! Ranging from FASHION, CLOTHING, MUSICIAN, AUTHORS, HEALTH & BEAUTY. I hope this list has been helpful for everyone last year. We need to show our support for Native businesses. Don’t forget to use the hashtag #BUYNATIVE and #SUPPORTNATIVEBUSINESSES The list will be updating every few days with native designers keep that in mind please 🙂

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Fashion/ Clothing/ Hats & Accessories 

  1. Ginew
  2. OXDX Clothing
  3. Section 35
  4. VOSQ Clothing
  5. The NTVS
  6. Urban Native Era
  7. B. Yellowtail
  8. Santiago X
  9. Maya Stewart
  10. Patricia Michaels
  11. Reclaim Your Power
  12. Eighth Generation
  13. Sho Sho Esquiro (On IG)
  14. Dorothy Grant
  15. Summer Peters (On IG)
  16. Korina Emmerich
  17. Jamie Okuma
  18. Beyond Buckskin (Boutique Shop)
  19. Aconav
  20. Shy Natives
  21. Shayne Watson Designs (On IG/ FB)
  22. Vernan Kee
  23. Can’t Fail Designs
  24. Emily Tyrrell (On IG)
  25. Ishkiin (On IG)
  26. Un3ek Sy5tems
  27. Indigenous Goddess Gang
  28. Indigenous Enterprise
  29. Salway.cc
  30. Apache Hat Co. (On IG)
  31. Joleen Mitton
  32. From The Land Creations (On IG)
  33. Elias Not Afraid (On IG)
  34. MOBILIZE

Beauty & Health

  1. Quwutsunmade
  2. Well For Culture
  3. Cheekbone Beauty

Furniture

  1. High Rez Wood Co. (On IG)

Musicians/ Artists

  1. Gyasi Ross
  2. Frank Waln
  3. Butchie Eastman (On IG)
  4. Witko (On IG)
  5. Antoine Edwards Jr. (On IG)
  6. Rezcoast Grizz (On IG)
  7. Nataanii Means (On IG)
  8. DJ Kookum
  9. A Tribe Called Red
  10. Nahko Bear
  11. Raye Zaragoza (On IG)
  12. Pete Sandsman
  13. Xiuhtezcatl (IG)

Artists

  1. Virgil Ortiz
  2. Felicia Gabaldon
  3. ThunderVoice Eagle
  4. Aly McKnight
  5. Randy L. Barton
  6. Cheyenne Randall “Indian Giver”
  7. Steven Paul Judd
  8. Natasha Alphonse Ceramics
  9. Julius Badoni (On IG)
  10. David Bernie Art (On IG)
  11. Jeff Slim (On IG)
  12. Averian Chee (On IG)
  13. Chief Lady Bird (On IG)
  14. Monique Aura
  15. George Alexander (On IG)
  16. Ishi Glinsky

Jewelry Companies

  1. Not Above
  2. Creations for Continuity
  3. Ataumbi Metals
  4. Strong Medicine Studio
  5. Cody Anderson Designs
  6. Wampum Wear (On IG)
  7. Kristen Dorsey Designs

Photographers

  1. Tytianna Harris (On IG)
  2. Juliana Browneyes
  3. Tomas Karmelo Amaya
  4. Alanna Bluebird (On IG)
  5. Thosh Collins
  6. Buffalo Nickel Creative
  7. Zoe Urness
  8. Tyana Arviso
  9. Hannah Manuelito
  10. Leah Rose
  11. Lapita Arviso (On IG)
  12. Shaun Marcus/ Grayrock Designs (On IG)

Authors/ Publications

  1. Tenille Campbell
  2. Tanaya Winder
  3. Yonasda Lonewolf
  4. Native Max Magazine
  5. Rebecca Roanhorse

 

She And Turquoise x Native Lux’s Holiday List of Native Owned Companies

Hey guys,

I got a chance to team up with Shondina Lee (aka She And Turquoise) for a list of Native owned companies. We have included Fashion designers/ Artist/ Musicians/ Magazines and creators of Indigenous Health & Beauty, etc… We hope you find the list useful for the upcoming holidays. Remember to support your fellow Native brothers and sisters as we use the hashtag #BUYNATIVE #SUPPORTNATIVEBUSINESS **Feel free to add any indigenous artist we may have forgot**
She & Turquoise x Native Lux Holiday List of Native Owned Companies

FASHION/ CLOTHING/ MUSICIAN/ AUTHORS/ HEALTH & BEAUTY

  1. Ginew
  2. OXDX Clothing
  3. Section 35
  4. VOSQ Clothing
  5. The NTVS
  6. Urban Native Era
  7. B. Yellowtail
  8. Santiago X
  9. Maya Stewart
  10. Patricia Michaels
  11. Reclaim Your Power
  12. Eighth Generation
  13. Sho Sho Esquiro (On IG)
  14. Dorothy Grant
  15. Summer Peters (On IG)
  16. Korina Emmerich
  17. Jamie Okuma
  18. Virgil Ortiz
  19. Beyond Buckskin (Boutique Shop)
  20. Felicia Gabaldon
  21. Aconav
  22. Shy Natives
  23. Marisa Mike (On IG)
  24. Quwutsunmade
  25. Shayne Watson Designs (On IG/ FB)
  26. Vernan Kee
  27. Not Above
  28. Can’t Fail Designs
  29. Creations for Continuity
  30. Natasha Alphonse Ceramics
  31. ThunderVoice Eagle
  32. Maka Monture (On IG)
  33. Aly McKnight
  34. Randy L. Barton
  35. Tytianna Harris (On IG)
  36. Cheyenne Randall “Indian Giver”
  37. Zoe Urness
  38. Zohi Gallery
  39. Steven Paul Judd
  40. Nahko Bear
  41. Gyasi Ross
  42. Frank Waln
  43. Tenille Campbell
  44. Tanaya Winder
  45. Yonasda Lonewolf
  46. Juliana Browneyes
  47. Native Max Magazine
  48. Well For Culture
  49. Emily Tyrrell (On IG)
  50. Ishkiin (On IG)
  51. Un3ek Sy5tems
  52. Cheekbone Beauty
  53. Ataumbi Metals
  54. Julius Badoni (On IG)
  55. Butchie Eastman (On IG)
  56. Antoine Edwards Jr. 
  57. Strong Medicine Studio
  58. Tomas Karmelo Anthony (On IG)
  59. Alanna Bluebird (On IG)
  60. David Bernie Art (On IG)
  61. Cody Anderson Designs
  62. Jeff Slim (On IG)
  63. Averian Chee (On IG)
  64. Indigenous Goddess Gang
  65. Indigenous Enterprise

 

ACONAV – Loren Aragon at Phoenix Fashion Week

Hey guys,

I have some huge news! On October 15, 2016 me and two friends of mine were luckily invited to Loren’s fashion line called ACONAV where he showcased his “Shattered Collection” at Phoenix Fashion Week at Talking Stick Resort & Casino in Scottsdale, AZ. He is Acoma Pueblo and is killing the game using his cultural designs! Representing the native’s he has combined traditional elegant designs that are his own. True to his style the dresses were bold and timeless.

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My good friend Kelly Holmes, who is the founder of Native Max Magazine came to show her support and wore a beautiful original Aconav dress. Also Grace Dove -actress from the movie Revenant- came to show her support as well wearing an elegant Aconav dress with a graceful cape. Fine art artist Lehi “ThunderVoice Eagle” came and model Sierra Begaye came with southwest looks that had people’s attention, and definitely the photographers. Blogger Jaclyn Roessel aka Grown Up Navajo with Alana aka The Fancy Navajo showed her support. It was a beautiful night with old and new friends. I love designers that are able to incorporate cultural designs in their clothings (it’s not easy).

Here’s a short clip of Aconav’s models.

ACONAV website link: http://www.aconav.com/

Native American Artist: Dwayne Manuel and Nike Collaborations

Hey guys! Check out Dwayne Manuel of the O’odham of the Salt River Pima- Maricopa Reservation in Arizona. According to the article the items are for purchase on Nike.com and also throughout the Phoenix area in Arizona. You should definitely buy yourself one! I know I will.

Here’s the link to purchase the items

Nike Air Trainer 3 Premium

Nike Air Trainer Huarache Premium

Nike Desert JourneyT-Shirt

Nike Desert Journey Hat

Nike Knows Desert Journey VS Men’s Jacket

Check out this article on Nike.com